01-18-2009, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by aunt kymmie
Agreed. When cycling with fish it's all about water changes. I cycled with fish (at the time I didn't know any better) and as soon as I saw a reading for amm. or nitrite is was instant water change on the spot. In my opinion none of my fish suffered during the process but it was very time consuming and I think I went through an entire API master test kit in the process, no joke. 20% is the volume I changed each time, and there were days on end where I did a 20% water change in the am and had to do another 20% in the pm. (Luckily it was a small tank and not a 100g plus). Stay on top of your parameters religiously and your fish will thank you
If I keep nitrites and ammonia at 0, won't that stunt/stop my cycling process?