I suspect the bug problem has ended for C-Kidder; that was six years ago. :) Flamehost has my sympathies though. Bedbugs would be a nightmare.
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have the vacume cleaner running and hold the nozzle close to the cover you are opening to attempt to suck them up before they invade the room. PS turn off the lights in the room but not the tank.
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Read this: https://answers.seneye.com/en/water_chemistry/what_is_KH%2C_°KH%2C_dKH%2C_Carbonate_Hardness%3F
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***Planting Update*** CO2: Co2Art SE Series Regulator 5lb tank Substrate: Amazonia Aqua Soil Plants Added:
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Hi everyone If you would like to become a successful shrimp keeper, having the proper water parameters is key. While there are many methods and parameters used by breeders around the world, this...
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Another Paper I wrote on the Nitrification process of our fish tanks. I Explain this everyday, and even to experts in the field it is still a tricky process. most of the bacterias we find in bottled...
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This is an old thread from 2012, it might not be relevant anymore...... just sayin’ ;-) Stuart Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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200ppm TDS should be fine for most fish and aquatic plants. I usually aim for a GH OF 3-6. As long as your PH remains stable, you probably won’t want to buffer your KH. Best regards, Stuart...
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Hello Otocinclus. When you have low TDS, you basically have water with no dissolved minerals. You say your GH is 0 and you have 80ppm (4.57 KH) from your other thread. I would strictly add...
Liked On: 11-04-2019, 11:06 AM
Yeah, I think so too. Some aquarists want to chase after a certain pH level, so they are constantly playing around with their water chemistry. I think that's too stressful for the fish with a...
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