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Conversation Between Caii and Noobalva
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  1. Caii
    02-23-2013 11:19 PM - permalink
    Caii
    Hey Nooblava~ are you familiar with fish injuries/ diseases? Something happened to Bo and I'm really, really worried about him <_>
  2. Noobalva
    02-19-2013 12:20 AM - permalink
    Noobalva
    Haha oh yea sorry(it was clear in my mind >.<)...50% weekly water changes for the first 2 weeks.

    And alright, i'll go take a look at them. :)
  3. Caii
    02-18-2013 09:50 PM - permalink
    Caii
    Now, with the water changes, is that 50% a day or 50% a week? ^^;
    And I posted the updated photo on my thread in the Planted Tanks forum!
  4. Noobalva
    02-18-2013 06:16 PM - permalink
    Noobalva
    Also yes yoy still have to dechloeinate the water... lol
  5. Noobalva
    02-18-2013 04:55 PM - permalink
    Noobalva
    Yea, just let hornwort float freely(it startsvlosing bristles if you resrtict it and makes a mess).

    As for water changes, 50% for 1-2 weeks untill plant growth starts. Then 25-50% a week untill he cycle completes(which takes about 3 months) and then you should be doing 50% water changes Monthly...and lowering the amount to how you see fit.

    You should have to trim the stem plants( and the hornwort) weekly...thats how you know that you have healthy growing plants. :)

    When you get the new plants, i wanna see! :D
  6. Caii
    02-18-2013 03:49 PM - permalink
    Caii
    Thank you! And yes, I do need more stem pants~ I switched out the white ribbon plants with Jungle Val and some Hornwort (I can just let that float, right?) and I'm intending to get more plants! XD

    I have a quandry about switching out tank water and stuff- since it's just cycling, should I dechlorinate the water or no? I'd like to get the cycle up and running as soon as possible, but not to the detriment of any of the plants!
  7. Noobalva
    02-18-2013 03:27 PM - permalink
    Noobalva
    Lol i just saw the post you made yesterday, it looks beautiful!

    ...but yu do need more stem plants like Hygro, Cabomba, Ambulia, Wisteria, or Naja Grass. These are the ones i used, there are others out there. But i'd say at least 2-3 more stems and 1-2 floating (like hornwort, duckweed, water letuce, and butterfly fern).

    The cloudiness goes away with time, gonna have to make 50% water changes weekly until you see steady plant growth.

    But! It is still lookin lovely.
  8. Caii
    02-18-2013 02:08 PM - permalink
    Caii
    Haha! Well, thank for finding my tank setup admirable (seriosuly! XD) , and sure thing! I'm at school right now, but when I get home, I'll be sure to ^^
  9. Noobalva
    02-18-2013 01:50 PM - permalink
    Noobalva
    Hey caii, send me some pics of hat recently setup tank of yours. I would like to admire it lol. :D

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