I would like to set up a Guppy tank. The problem is my pH is low (6.5) and KH is pretty much 0. Would it be ok to do the Guppy tank with crushed coral. I think that should create a better pH and hardness. Would you agree with this?
Now thats all said in done i am not seeing eggs. well there is this white little beads at the surface of the water on the glass. i picked one up and its hard and gritty so im not sure its an egg.
the only realy problem is i dont know what else it could be. Its certainly not substrate.
I did plan on MTS as i read they dig into the sand and keep it turned over. As for the cycling you have to understand im old and we have always used fish in cycling the tank back in the day lol I have no problem of a fishless cycle mind you its just not something us old timers think about :)
Yeah i know the male Betta is not a community fish, i think it always comes to mind because its a tough fish that can breath air. I have always used them to cycle a tank. I am by no means set on it, it just came to mind. Honestly i cant think of to many fish that would fit the bill as a...
My main interest is in Tetras Most likely Rummy Nose or Neon. I will have a center piece fish perhaps a betta or angel and then small fish. Certainly a gang of Corys for the bottom of the tank. Then snails and shrimp for extra clean up.
I think what they are talking about is there is a setting for 24/7 and it goes from bright white to a dim blue. However you can shut the light off and there be zero light.
Oh i am not set on any plant over another right now. I just said Monte Carlo because it looked nice but any other will work...
Well lets see its a 40 gallon breeder tank. GH= 25. This is the light i have
Im not set on any type of plant over another. I have never had live plants before but here are some thoughts on plants