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Old 02-28-2011, 03:52 PM   #11 
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If you pre-mix the Epsom salt in a 1gal jug of dechlorinated water and add the oak leaves...this will help make the correct dosage and water changes easier.....this will also ensure that the Epsom salt is fully dissolved before use so not to burn the fish.....be sure and shake well before use and to make sure the water temp a within a couple of degrees between the fish in QT and the pre-mixed treatment water
Also, pre-mixing will allow the oak leaf to steep-the longer they steep the more tannins released the darker the water the more the Betta will like it...
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I'm really sad to say Euphie passed away last night. I really hope he had a good life in my care. I love you sweetheart, you were my first betta. I only had you for 6 months. </3
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