I have a planted 10 gallon tank that has been cycling without fish for the summer, and it has been about 2 months by now, so I hope it's ready:
High Range pH= 7.4
-> Is some Nitrate going to hurt my betta? How about the pH level?
-> The tank...
I tested the water of the shower/bath:
<0,01 mg/l NO2
but: 30 mg/l for NO3 :/
And also our rainwater:
0,2 mg/l for NO2 :(
but: 1 mg/l NO3
Now my question is: which kind of water should I use?
I have blue fairy, bumblebee and cherry shrimps in one tank and one betta in...
I have a single betta, and I just upgraded him from a 2 gallon to a 5 gallon tank. Right now what I've got in there is some silk plants, the heater, and the thermometer. (And my betta, of course). Here's my situation:
I had some trouble with the heating early on, so the water was there for...
Hello I stumbled a pound a thread and now I'm totally confused. It staed that leting the algy build up is jeather for my netta then crystal clear water. And im bffled because this contradicts everything i ever read. Ok so I had my fish 4 months and researched bettas for about 2 before that and...
I have a 5 gallon tank for my betta (Percy) the ammonia is less than 0.02ppm, pH is at 6.2, the temp is at 80 degrees, he has 4 plants he adores and swims in, and a filter. The tank does have a hood also. I know he has fin rot and I have been treating him with Melafix from Petco for about 4...
I have a male Betta. I've had him for a few months now and it has been absolutely perfect in his tank - clear water and a happy Betta with bubble nests every day.
Over the past couple days, it seems to have dropped drastically and I can't figure out why. The water is cloudy-white and it...
I am never going to sleep knowing this.
I got a new API Freshwater Master test kit and tested my water tonight for the first time with it *cheers and claps*. However, my water levels are not up to par due to the fact I haven't had power until late last night and couldn't do a 50% water change...
Hi all you experienced breeders in the house...
OK Well after stressing out for the last two days I have confirmed eggs. Yes, they are in the nest and falling out of the nest and busy new daddy is working hard grabbing them and spitting them back up.
I thought I would preemptively check...
i'm planning to buy API Stress coat because i can see a little bit of fin rot on my betta. since it's also a water conditioner, can i use it with a different water conditioner that i have already? or is it best to use API only until there's no sign of fin rot?