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Is Sulfer water safe?
Old 09-16-2010, 09:04 AM   #11
 
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I have not heard back from the landlord yet but I did talk to a few of the neighbors one of which just happens to keep fish. She has a 55 gallon with community tropical fish and she says she has never had any problems with her tank. She does not do anything special to the water such as haveing a special filtering system just does the water changes and stuff like we all do. So I am hopeing that means everything will be fine. She invited me in and her tank was very nice lots of plants and driftwood. She has lived here for 6 years. Thats a good sign right?
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Old 09-16-2010, 11:34 AM   #12
 
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I have not heard back from the landlord yet but I did talk to a few of the neighbors one of which just happens to keep fish. She has a 55 gallon with community tropical fish and she says she has never had any problems with her tank. She does not do anything special to the water such as haveing a special filtering system just does the water changes and stuff like we all do. So I am hopeing that means everything will be fine. She invited me in and her tank was very nice lots of plants and driftwood. She has lived here for 6 years. Thats a good sign right?
Yes, I was hoping that the sulphur is minimal. Plants need sulphur, it is a macro-nutrient, but as I am not a botanist or chemist I don't know how plants handle the "sulphur" that is in the water as I don't kown enough about the form it takes. But a successful planted tank after several years running would suggest to me that there is no issue.

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Old 09-16-2010, 12:24 PM   #13
 
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Thats what I was hopeing you would say. I will move the tanks slowly one at a time starting with the smallest just to make sure there are no issues. Thank you again Byron for all your help.
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