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Thread: zxtuner's 29Gal

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    You mentioned your pH is 6 or lower, is that still the case? Nitrifying bacteria prefer a more alkaline pH ideally, meaning your cycle might not get going at that pH. Having a pH of 6 with 4 ppm ammonia seems awfully low, as ammonia is very alkaline itself. My pH dropped from 8.4 to 7.4 going from 4 ppm to 0. Just something to keep your eye on.

    As for your pics, double check the file size. I had the same problem until I shrank them down a bit.

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    I checked and resized to a thumbnail still was a no go. My wife even tried for 30min before giving up. I have followed the how to several times with multiple pics and still won't attach and fails to upload. I may give it another go this weekend.

    I just tested my pH with a brand new bottle and it looks like my old bottle may have been expired.

    pH is currently at 7.0

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    Last edited by zxtuner; 09-27-2011 at 09:57 PM.

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    Yay For Pics....That's all I have for now I will get more tonight as I have added more plants and more substrate.
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    Nice, you got the pics to work

    Are you planning to put in a background? I found it made a huge difference for mine. Just threw a piece of poster board behind the tank, cheap and easy, and looks (IMO) a whole lot better.

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    Not really sure yet. I am still adding plants and driftwood and what not. I may try it and see how it goes.

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    looks great so far - hope to see more pics soon.

    I also bought some poster board from Walmart for my background - easy and very cheap alternative to a cheesy designed one.

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    I am getting a better matching set of heaters as well after I am done cycling.

    Although it has been 8 days and I haven't seen a reduction in ammonia and no trace of nitrites or nitrates. Is there anything aside time I can do to kick start this process?

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    Holy Nitrites Batman!!!!!! Yes!!!!! I Am On My Way Without Anymore Harm To Fishes!!!!!!!!!!

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    Last edited by zxtuner; 02-22-2012 at 11:30 PM.

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