Cycling media question.
Hypothetical question in three parts:
a) We add bio-filtration media for the cycling bacteria to live on. The more we add, the more bacteria we can grow right?
b) What if the bio-media becomes saturated with bacteria? I'm assuming new bacteria can still grow, but it will be slow because of the crowding issue.
c) What if during the course of cycling the bio-media becomes saturated with ammonia oxidizing bacteria. Will that stall the cycle because the nitrite oxidizing bacteria have nowhere to live?
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