I went to Aquatic Critter yesterday and purchased the next stocking of tetras -Black Neons. I told the man I wanted #6, but quickly changed that to #7, saying one more for good luck. Arriving home later than expected, I was in a rush to acclimate them, while at the same time moving the ABN out of the QT and back to the 29g. After 50 minutes I had to drop the fish and leave. That was 3:30pm yesterday. Got back home late and went straight to bed.
This morning (at 10:30am) I nervously went
Updated 05-31-2014 at 07:52 PM by pRED
Yesterday I did some maintenance that was past due on the 29g. The last check was last weekend and since the nitrates were a low 5ppm, I waited.
Should have done something before Thursday knowing the filter was still growing needed BB.
So the tests revealed ammonia @ .5ppm, nitrites 0, nitrates 5ppm. Nitrates are still 5! The plants and the light load of fish keeping it this low?
Well I changed only 7.5 gal, will do more on weekend.
It appears The
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