12-10-2013, 06:24 PM
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Originally Posted by rsskylight04
You don't have to disturb the sand. Hydrogen sulfide is somtimes produced by anaerobic bacteria and it can smell bad, but in a healthy tank it is broken down by a succession of bacteria colonies into harmless ( and odorless) products. Rickey posted somthing about this on his thread "ravings of a mad man". Also plants roots will pentrate the sand and eliminate anaerobic conditions.
, I was getting kind of worried. willow,
I was just teasing about being able to reach the bottom of my tank
Fish update 2 more male guppies, 4 more female guppies and from rsskylight04
's suggestion 4 cherry barbs.