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Old 05-28-2013, 08:33 PM   #11 
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Yes it should be fine. However, if you are using water conditioner then there's no reason to age the water. Water can be added straight from the source (sink), unless you have to alter the water chemistry before you add it to the show tank, in which case you would most likely be using a holding tank and a pump to transfer the water (for larger applications).

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Does this all apply to spawning tanks as well? Aging the water seems to be particularly stressed when it comes to fry. if conditioner is used, is it still necessary to age the water for the fry? or can conditioner be used on fry at all?
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