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turok last won the day on July 2 2019

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  1. fastest why to cycle your tank. go get someone's established tank canister filter undergravel will make the ada soil last longer I through my crs cbs the next day. I wouldn't try Taiwan bee's or any sensitive shrimp. For babies to survive you will need green algae on the glass. That way you know there is algae on the rocks/soil for them. Gets lots of plants.
  2. A full tank shot would be helpful. But I can see from first pic, your glass it to clean. Shrimp need algae to feed on. When my tanks have algae growing on the glass, then I know baby shrimp have enough food to feed on.
  3. Last time I used powder it turned into one solid chunk of soil. You have to change powder more often. If you want to use powder, put the powder into little pots, clear plastic, and try the powder out.
  4. easiest way to cycle a new tank? buy someone establish canister filter, yes give his the new one, take his old one... That's what I do on my tanks, I swap canisters. wait for green algae to grow on the sides of the glass, then your baby shrimp should survive. put a lot of moss, like java in. you can make your tank look pretty later. a lot of moss... all I measure is tds 150, for CRS, taiwan, red tigers. buy local shrimp to start. I use ADA Amazonia, and undergravel filter
  5. can you post the difference between Red Fancy Tiger Unsexed Juvi A $25 / S $40 / SS $60 can I see what a OE RKK eXtreme $80 looks like?
  6. I have CRS CBS, I want to expand my gene pool. I had them for 4 years?
  7. any one have any pure bred Benibachi CRS and/or CBS shrimp for sale? pm me plz, thx
  8. I thought you NEVER mix snow white/golden. You lose pure white purity.
  9. 41/35 shrimp, that's a lot. How big is your tank? I am guessing, you need more plants/moss. Just pack it in. Moss provides food and soaks up excess nutrients. And dried leaves, almond. Put a bag of charcoal wouldn't hurt either. And don't feed so much.
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