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Old 02-10-2012, 10:11 PM   #1
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Hello, I am new to this forum and back into aquariums after a several year break....I had started with a 29 gallon tank but always wanted bigger. Well finally was able to and just started my 125 gallon last week! So excited and enjoying it immensely. I bought fish to cycle with but someone had recommended the starter stuff you buy with the beneficial bacteria and either I need more fish or the stuff really works! So suppose that's about it for me right now other than me pouring over the threads here.
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Old 02-17-2012, 01:50 PM   #6
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Thank you so very much! I think I may have a problem tho I have yet to get spikes in anything ammonia or any of it...fish seem fine and lively even had the platy have babies and 2 are still swimming around. But I'm concerned with no ammonia spike my tester says 0.
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Even if the BB you added are working, I'm guessing that you need more fish going from 29 to 125! I can tell you already know not to add too many too fast. Welcome.
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Thanx! I always like hearing that..I did add some mollies last week still no results with them obviously. I will go and get some more fish today!!! Yay!
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