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  1. Catw0man
    03-20-2013 11:40 AM - permalink
    LOL....well, that would be my bedroom, I'm afraid! That's where most of my tanks are! lol
  2. veggiegirl
    03-19-2013 12:19 AM - permalink
    Oh thats okay :)

    How are your ratties doing today?
  3. Oldfishlady
    03-16-2013 09:48 AM - permalink
    Honestly, I have never tried it in therapeutic doses for treatments, however, I do use it in lower dose in most of my tank for plant food and all my tanks have RCS in them and it never seemed to cause any problems for them...I dose it for plant food at a rate of about 1tsp/10gal more or less...
  4. thekoimaiden
    03-12-2013 12:22 PM - permalink
    Wow.. you do have some crazy unpredictable weather. I take it the weather will be too cold to do a planted cycle by the time you get the pond in?

    Wow... that is crazy soft. I think your largest problem will be the pH swings. Crushed coral will certainly be a good idea.

    I don't think there is any baggy big enough for a 10 inch fish lol! Drip acclimation sounds like the best option. Or use a pitcher and take water from the pond and put it in the tub. Periodically you'll need to take some out of the tub, too.
  5. Leroy
    03-12-2013 12:34 AM - permalink
    Hello Bombalurina how do I post threads?
  6. LittleBettaFish
    03-11-2013 01:37 AM - permalink
    I would go for it. Her fish are always top notch and are some of the healthiest I bettas I have come across. The dragon VT female sounds nice.
  7. Leroy
    03-11-2013 01:06 AM - permalink
    Okay thank you
  8. Leroy
    03-11-2013 12:54 AM - permalink
    your welcome:)

    I also have a question do newborn betta fry need a light to see?
  9. thekoimaiden
    03-08-2013 07:40 PM - permalink
    You're right that you don't have time for ammonia or even a planted cycle. Just how cold do your winters get? I wouldn't want to put a fish in a pond below like 60F. Also remember that the lower the water temp, the slower the BB will be able to replicate.
  10. Lisa Ann
    03-05-2013 02:47 PM - permalink
    Lisa Ann
    Totally off subject here... but I absolutely love your user name!!! Was in a production of cats once she's one of my fave

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