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I just spoke to the local pet store, they are recommending a product to regulate the ph at 7, Neutral Regulator from Seachem. Is this the right thing to use? Is there another alternative?
I had been told that the fish would be okay acclimating to this ph. Is there a reason that this would suddenly become a problem? Is it normal for the ph to take so long to effect the fish?
I have a 30 gallon tank fishless cycled and fully stocked for approximately two months.
My stock is:
6 cardinal tetras
6 harlquin rasboras
3 bolivian rams
6 sterba cory cats
I wanted to post an update. I did a 100% water change on 8/9 with values @
after water change:
The filter was new from the store when I set the tank up.
Okay, updates with tap values + todays test results
from the tap:
from the tank today:
I've got the API master test kit.
We rinsed the entire tank and gravel before setting up the tank. We did not use anything other than water out of the hose.
I have setup a used tank from a friend that has been in my garage for a year. It included the tank, gravel, rocks, and driftwood.
With the gravel, rocks, and driftwood in we turned on our filter....
We are in the process of fishless cycling now. When the tank is stable, what would you recommend as far as timing and stocking order?
I have an AquaTechPower Filter 30-60
Thanks for the correction on the tank size.
So you'd suggest 3 bolivian rams (1m 2f) 6 juli cory cats, and 20 cardinal tetras? With that many cardinals, does it make sense to split to two...
Thanks for the feedback guys. It sounds like a few changes at the very least are in order.
1. Only 1 male guppy or none
2. No more than 1 dwarf Gourami (maybe none)
3. Either 1 bolivian ram or 3...
We are in the process of setting up our first aquarium (30x18x12). We plan to heavily plant the aquarium and are currently doing fishless cycling. I've been consulting the many forum posts here and...