|Livelifelaughlove ||03-21-2009 06:10 PM |
Cycling with Biozyme? instant cycling
Ok i am going to cycle a 5 gallon and a 3 gallon fish tank. one for a betta, some tetras, and maybe a pygmy cory, the 3 gallon for guppies, but since i have to travel rather far for both the guppies and the tank, can i cycle my tanks with biozyme? will this hurt the fish? is there a better product for the instant cycle? is there any negatives to using this product or products like this? this is my first time cycling, so it needs to be simple.
|catfishtabbi ||03-21-2009 09:23 PM |
i used superbac to start and on my first water change. I had good results and went thru no mini cycle. i received my Drsf&s catalouge and they were advertising a new product the"one and only" bacterial starter with ammonia. It sounds good so i'm keeping it in mind .
|Byron ||03-22-2009 11:23 AM |
I've used "Cycle" to cycle a new tank. Keep an eye on the ammonia and nitrite, a partial water change will reduce these if they start to rise.
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