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  1. Hallyx
    09-23-2013 10:16 PM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Adding a filter might reduce the colony in the other filter by spreading it around. I can't see how it would crash it unless it ran out of food (ammonia). Hang in there. It'll cycle back up in no time.
  2. Hallyx
    09-23-2013 10:14 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Just read your "make sense" thread again. Is that the 2.5g that''s been running smooth and stable for almost a year now? Did you check tapwater? Did you forget to treat your refill water? It only takes once. Any plants die? I can't think of anything that would crash your cycle without killing your stock.

    It's some kind of mini-cycle. Treat it like a newly cycled tank. It'll come back in short order.
  3. Hallyx
    09-23-2013 08:17 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Whoa...what's up with that? You already did a small-tank cycle successfully. What are you not doing, or doing wrong this time?
  4. Hallyx
    09-21-2013 10:35 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Better, Kate. They finally fixed my homepage, so that it's not just vertical lines of letters. I've been avoiding it. How're you? What's with your new cycle?
  5. Hallyx
    09-15-2013 02:25 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    It's weighted so it won't tip or float. The foam is just the right density for a bacteria colony.
    It can use an airstone which increases the flow without increasing the splashing. It's only a buck or two more than the cheapos.
  6. dramaqueen
    09-14-2013 11:21 PM - permalink
    dramaqueen
    Thank you for the birthday wishes.
  7. Hallyx
    09-14-2013 07:27 PM - permalink
    Hallyx
    It doesn't matter in an established, cycled tank. But for uncycled or, especially, at the beginning of the cycle it's quite important.

    Don't remember having read that. Most use an irritant to promote slimecoat. I don't think Seachem does that in this product.

    Prime is so often recommended here because it's ammonia detoxifier most easy to come by. If you must be a contrarian, you can use Amquel-Plus.
  8. Hallyx
    09-14-2013 08:28 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Prime detoxifies ammonia. StressCoat does not. Some people say Stresscoat is good for finrot (Salt is bad news). My stock has never had that, but I have a small bottle anyway. I'[m leery of anything that says it promotes slimecoat. I have Prime in a 100mL (3.4oz) bottle which I decant into an empty test kit bottle so I can easily dose 2 drops/gal.
  9. Hallyx
    09-13-2013 10:22 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    That's my motto.
  10. Hallyx
    09-12-2013 04:55 AM - permalink
    Hallyx
    Sorry I can't see your basic Betta care video. I have a 45 kps dialup. I'm sure you did a great job.

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