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Old 04-30-2011, 05:57 PM   #11
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Old 04-30-2011, 06:11 PM   #12
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We have been cycling the tank for weeks without fish. The cycle is complete now.

We used this Biomature which has ammonia in it. We tested the water every night until both ammonia and nitrites were 0ppm. Before getting the fish we did a large water change.
Oh. Lol. Sorry. I thought you meant you just poured the stuff in the tank and that was it. Good job!
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That's ok lol, I thought that's you thought. It was a long arduous process which I thought was never coming to an end lol
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Hi Sandra. The link to the product you posted is very interesting. I've never heard it mentioned beofre, let alone the idea that a company mentions fishless cycling. Thanks for that info, I'll have to check it out in future.
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I personally think if you get a pair of Bolivian rams they would be fine but the odds arnt any good just buying two. I got lucky with my rainbow cichlids.
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