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  1. I know what I did wrong, how do I fix it? I bought a pretty brown gravel from WalMart when I was buying my betta's their new 5g tanks on Friday, it has definitely screwed up my pH/kH/gH in both of the tanks that I put it in. Using my API master test kit. My last WC was Saturday using my tap which has 0.25ppm ammonia in it, I use Prime coniditioner and double the dose to detox the ammonia while the cycle works on it. 20g tetra tank with 8 Serpae red minor (4 longfin and 4 shortfin), I experienced a cycle bump because I increased my school yesterday: ph: 8.8 kH: 35.8 gH: 107.4 Ammonia: 0.25 Nitrite: 0.0 Nitrate: 20 I just upgraded one betta and downgraded another since I ended up with a known fin-nipping tetra and didn't want to chance a divider failing so I have two 5g tanks, one with my plakat and one with my VT. 5g plakat Betta tank with anubias, Java Moss ball. He eats 3 pellets twice a day and bloodworms once a week and is fasted every other morning. pH: 8.8 kH: 107.4 gH: 179 Ammonia: 0.25 Nitrite: 0.0 Nitrate: 5.0 5g betta tank with java moss ball and NO new gravel. He eats 2 pellets twice a day and bloodworms once a week and is fasted every other morning. His tank is currently lower than 0.1% salinity due to getting sucked into the filter intake of his 2.5g tank and having finrot, I've been slowly changing the water without adding more salt as he's finally starting to heal after two weeks. pH: 7.4, kH: 71.6 gH: 107.4 Ammonia: 0.25 Nitrite: 0.0 Nitrate: 5.0 Obviously I've removed the gravel, but do I also do a large WC or do a whole bunch of small ones? I need to get my pH down and stable quickly but I don't want to kill the fish in the process! Right now all of the fish are acting completely normal. I wouldn't have even known anything was wrong if I hadn't checked to see where my cycle's had bumped to after doing so much work on the tanks this weekend. All 3 tanks have filtration and heaters. All 3 tanks are between 80 and 82 degrees, boith 5g have whisper 2-10 filters. The 20g has a marineland biowheel penguin filter 150gph. The 20g has been running since late december and the 5g tanks have been running for a few days with established media added to the tanks to seed them. I was going to get tetra safe start tomorrow on my day off to help finish out the cycles. Thank you in advanced!!!
  2. Hello, this is cross posted from a different forum, but I feel like I need some help fairly quickly, so I'm posting here too! If you're curious about our back-story, you can read it here: http://######### A very helpful member clued me in to the fact that there are different kinds of cartridges for my in-tank filters: carbon or bio. I have no idea what I have, and I'm having trouble finding enough info online to help me figure it out (even having visited the manufacturer's website!) I feel like I really need to know, because we're finishing up a fungus treatment, so I have the filters out thinking they were carbon. But if there's a chance they are bio-filters, I understand I should have them back in the tank? *Added complication* my tank is not yet cycled! I think I may actually have 2 bio-filters, but I am not sure. Nowhere on the packaging can I find it specified as bio, but they both look the same, with a blue clip across the top. They are different from what I bought to have on hand as replacements, which do specify carbon and have no clip. So in that case, I should definitely put them back in even while treating, correct? Side question - then after this is all over, would I be using the carbon ones in there with the bio, instead of, or a bio in one and carbon in the other filter? I'm attaching pictures of: the box one of the filters came in the cartridge that came with that filter next to the box of carbon filters I have not opened yet and the cartridge with the blue clip held up to the light trying to show how it's made. Thanks for any help you can provide!
  3. Found this New Tetra Ranchu sinking pellet and its all written in japanese.. I cant figure out whats written on it But I know its sure is good stuff lol Anyone fed this before?
  4. So I bought three neons for the planted tank. Plan to get at least two more. They are super small. So how do I care for them
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