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Conversation Between KP0707 and MrVampire181
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  1. KP0707
    08-09-2009 01:51 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    kk thanks
  2. MrVampire181
    08-08-2009 12:38 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    First you have to let ammonia build up then that will convert to nitrites and then those to nitrates once the nitrates are stable you can put your fish in.

    There's a good article on wikihow.com about it but I cant post it because of the URL not being aloud in visitor comments.
  3. KP0707
    08-08-2009 06:50 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    hey do you have to cycle the fish tank for the betta if you do can you tell me how?
  4. KP0707
    08-02-2009 12:21 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    kk
    thanks
  5. MrVampire181
    08-01-2009 10:54 AM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Aquarium salt is a good preventative for velvet disease, which betta fry get very easily. I use it all the time. Any water conditioner is fine but I use Stress Coat and have never had a problem with it.
  6. KP0707
    08-01-2009 03:34 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    umm so i can use any water conditioners for the fish?? btw um do i have to put aqurium salt coz on the list you said i have to
    and heres a new question can i use small pebbles?
  7. MrVampire181
    07-29-2009 11:36 AM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    If you still want to breed them I'ld be happy to give you the info :)
  8. KP0707
    07-29-2009 03:20 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    kk thanks
  9. MrVampire181
    07-28-2009 11:47 AM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Yes you need to use the water conditioner. ALL fish need water conditioner. Let's go over the basics of spawn costs:

    10 gallon tank, $10
    25-50 watt heater, $25
    Plastic plants, $6
    corner or spinge filter, $10
    air pump and valve, $20
    50-100 jars, $50-$100
    San-Francisco Bay Shrimpery, $20
    Brine shrimp eggs (for above), $7
    Microworm culture, $3.50
    Aquarium salt, $6
    Methylene Blue, $5
    Two one-gallon jars for your breeding pair, $6
    20+gallon tank (heater and filter), $100

    And finally, a breeding pair. Do you want to breed good, nice quality fish or petstore mutts? With hard work you can fix mutt bettas but high quality fish are a much better choice. It's up to you. The price range for a petstore is $7-$10 for a pair and from a breeder is $20-$60.

    The end price: $328. If you buy a good quality pair: $398. at least.
  10. KP0707
    07-28-2009 06:26 AM - permalink
    KP0707
    Hey i got intrested in betta fishes so i started to read alot about them but can you give me some pointers about breeding them and also do i have to put in the water conditioner or not neccessary and can i use any??

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