Hi, I'm from bettafish.com and someone suggested that I come to get help.
So recently my 10 gallon tank has been undergoing some not so good changes, after doing a regular 50% water change, the next day all six of my guppies died and the water in the tank was looking somewhat cloudy.
I tested the water when this happened and there was no ammonia & nitrates, and minimal readings of nitrites. I tested it again the next day and the same readings, but I noticed that my plants are melting/dying.
My crypts are melting, my duckweed is dying, and my cabomba is somewhat turning brown in certain spots.
I really don't know what's wrong with it, at first I thought it was because I forgot to put in water conditioner when I did the water change, but it shouldn't have wiped out all six fish, and kill my plants. I did add the water conditioner when I took out the dead guppies.
I need some guidance, should I just break the tank down? It can't be a disease, I haven't introduced any new species/plants into the tank for over six moths or so.