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  1. Bro why tf did I think you were getting a nice ass sear on them apes like a NY strip steak 😂😂😂😂

  2. Bettas do not need a ten gallon! Lol what in the world. If it’s a betta and they do proper tank maintenance and keep the temp right it will be fine

  3. all fish Deff require some sort of filter and consistent temperature… 5-10 gal is the range for bettas sure, but you’ll find 10gals around more often and sometimes cheaper than 5gal. And it’ll be a way more comfortable setting.

  4. Dude you can keep a betta in a 1 gallon tank for 6 years if you give it proper tank maintenance, and you don’t have to have a mechanical filter to do it. I have like 40 tanks and only one tank has mechanical filtratio

  5. Too each their own bro, you sound like an experienced fish keeper and I agree you can get away with aquariums without filtration, shit all my reef has is a hang on back skimmer… but OP seems new to the game, better to dish out fool proof advice

  6. Bro get back on the bench, watch film, and learn from your mistakes !

  7. I also was wondering why the live plants aren't preventing the algae if anyone as ideas on that.

  8. Plastic plants aren’t bad at all, you’re already adding fertilizer so my next go to is your light, it may need to be brighter, looks like the plants are kinda reaching as well. So I would look into brighter lights or increasing intensity of ur light, and maybe look into incorporating flourish:excel for added boost.

  9. How is excel different from what I am using now? Should I use both at the same time or just one?

  10. Excel is like an alternative to co2, it’s creating organic carbon that is typically brought in by Co2, and it helps to fight algae. Where as flourish is more of a nutrient supplement. Both can be used together.

  11. It would be pretty cool to see, but I think one will kill the other, urchin needs its spikes and gsp prob won’t like spikes through its self either

  12. Wait, is that one of those plastic leafs used for bettas??? Fucking genius man

  13. A journey of burning copious amounts of diesel and polluting the planet

  14. But maybe, one kid in that bus will revolutionize the industry and limit fossil fuel use by 95% in the year of 2047

  15. Finally after years and years of wishing Ms.Frizzle was my teacher… the magic school bus has arrived to our universe!!!!

  16. It’s great but overtime those little granules will break down and form into basically clay/mud, which makes it hard to vacuum and reworking around the tank will kick it up into the water… will it grow plants? Very well actually! It’s the mess that kinda pulls me away

  17. It’s not really all that messy. I’ve had this substrate and other aqua-soils for almost a year now, and it still looks like new.

  18. Do you vacuum it or move it around, remove or add plants??? Idk it’s just my experience and from other tanks I’ve worked on or saw it usually always clumps up after that year mark

  19. Ich is short for its Scientific name: Ichthyophthirius multifiliis

  20. Totinos pizza rolls!!!!!! They aren’t the same anyway 😞

  21. Looks and sounds like turf algae, prob better off removing the rock and treating it in Algaecide outside the tank or just replacing the rock, I don’t think many things will eat at it other than urchin and algae eating fish

  22. It’s hard to say I can’t really find anything online for you either… it’s used to raise GH which we don’t test for in reefs, but it’s does include calcium, magnesium, iron and manganese which can be beneficial.. how ever it does have quite a bit of potassium, I read mixed reviews of high and low potassium in a reef tank, so maybe look more into that first.

  23. Drip acclimation is great, or you can float the bags and add water into the bag little by little till salinity is close or matches. I feel temp is more important while acclimating, getting salinity close is a plus.

  24. I have that light and have hammers, frogspawn,torches, favia…. Then again it’s a 20gal so it isn’t as deep

  25. I think a 65gal has a height of 24inches, my 20 tall is at 16inches and I already have the intensity of colors really high on my light settings so idk if it would work to well on ur 65

  26. Had a buddy bring back a lot of rocks from DR customs didn’t stop him… soak the rock in water for a little and put it back in the sun to dry if you’re really worried, but after washing you should be able to throw it in a tank….. to be extraaaaaa safe you can bleach it if you wanted to but really rinse/soak the rock using seachem prime and to be extra safe throw it in the sun so it’s bone dry all the way through.

  27. I took an entire suitcase full of dried coral rock home from Puerto Rico. Let it soak in fresh water for months and let it dry for two weeks before I used it. Tank looked awesome.

  28. My buddy was ballsy enough to add it straight into the tank… can’t wait to see it what pops up😂😂😂

  29. Maybe try and buff it out first, even with water in it you will notice it from different angles and the algae will grow perfectly in the cracks and they’ll show out that way as well.

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