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    How are you cycling? You don't mention a source of ammonia which is needed for a cycle. A tank will not cycle without it.
    i think he has a betta in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Hobbs
    My pH is always 7.6 and my fish are just fine. I have 10 black skirts that do very well as do all my community fish.

    How are you cycling? You don't mention a source of ammonia which is needed for a cycle. A tank will not cycle without it.
    he is doing a fishy cycle hobbs.You are correct 7.6 will work but 7.0 or lower is always best for tetras,longer life better color,the whole schmegiggle.

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    Where did you get the fake floater?

    I might use a couple until my real ones start to fill out..
    The fake floater I got from a friend but I'm gonna buy some more, possibly at a craft store?
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    I'll check it out, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smaug
    he is doing a fishy cycle hobbs.You are correct 7.6 will work but 7.0 or lower is always best for tetras,longer life better color,the whole schmegiggle.
    I thought so.

    I have a betta and six corys in my 20g and I'm using seachem stability.
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    I'll check it out, thanks!
    np Doug, good luck and careful with the sharp ones.

    I guess I'm going to settle with a slightly lower pH cause of the driftwood. I'll still put in some java fern. How do you guys have your tanks setup with tetras?
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    np Doug, good luck and careful with the sharp ones.

    I guess I'm going to settle with a slightly lower pH cause of the driftwood. I'll still put in some java fern. How do you guys have your tanks setup with tetras?
    Lotsa plants and driftwood.

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    I'm going to be planting heavily with swords, floating plants, Vals, Java Fern..

    Lots of driftwood caves as well..
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    How long should I biol the driftwood?
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    np Doug, good luck and careful with the sharp ones.

    I guess I'm going to settle with a slightly lower pH cause of the driftwood. I'll still put in some java fern. How do you guys have your tanks setup with tetras?

    I have a large fake treestump in the middle of my 36 corner tank. Lots of live plants, java moss, java ferns, wisteria, banana plants, lillies, amazon sword, water lettuce and red root floaters. 3+ watts per gallon, lots of places to swim in and out of mostly created by the java moss.

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