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Yeah @PheonixKingZ is still around sometimes but he spends a bit of time working and playing with his shoe collection. He's come a long way with his marine tank too and is a bit of a reefer now. Reefer in coral terms, not a reefer head whacky tobaccy smoker.Anyway, how are you and other members doing while I was gone? Is PK still here?
Yessir, still here! Haven’t been that active recently because I’ve been at so many summer camps, it’s been crazy around here.About medium, I sprayed the plants with tank water about twice a week.
Anyway, how are you and other members doing while I was gone? Is PK still here?
Yeah, I still wear mask inside the shop mainly because I’m super paranoid.Have your parents still got the furniture shop?
What's happening with covid over there, do you still have to wear masks inside your own house?
Meanwhile, I’m still owning my good old crocs flip flop andhe spends a bit of time working and playing with his shoe collection.
Hey there, helloHi, Barry!
2. Low-tech sagittaria testing tank - Used it for testing out and storing new plants I bought.
There are no fish that would thrive in water with a high nitrate.For the question, I think I want to keep fish again. Is there any fishes that is suitable for the condition of sagittaria tank?
The tank have has very high flow from the filter, Nitrate over 50 and the ferts regime.
Well water have high nitrate this year, sometimes over 85ppm.There are no fish that would thrive in water with a high nitrate.
How did you discovered that? Can you send a link to that forum post if possible?I ask because we made a huge discovery about them a few weeks ago. They are vegetarian
The following link has info about the diet of wild discus in the Amazon.
Heres the link to the part of the thread that talks about it.Well water have high nitrate this year, sometimes over 85ppm.
For some reason though, (yes, my discus tank is still here)
this year, discus seems to grow faster, tetras became more active and I haven’t had any fish affected and death by diseases other than some newly purchased zebra danios from the store, and accidentally decapitated a betta during water changes.
Do you think there are any factors behind it or was it just some strange luck going on?
How did you discovered that? Can you send a link to that forum post if possible?