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Old 24-07-2003, 01:04 PM   #391
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the air pump may solve the night suffocation problem but it may cause too much oxygen in the day time??



i thought green algae consume only ammonia?? if bb consumes all the ammonia, then green algae will not grow.
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The peducle of your ranchus is rather long. Very much different from the ranchu in my avatar leh.
Hiyah, turn off the air-pump (use a timer?) during day-time and problem solved leow. Nothing beats changing water regularly though, not only to reduce the intensity but also to rid toxic stuffs that are present and not removed by algae.

Yes, like I mentioned before, we don't know how much ammonia your bb will consume. Hence, bio-filtration is not a good idea. It was a idea posted by bro vix but, for once, he had a bad idea lah.
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Old 24-07-2003, 01:21 PM   #392
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heng manz... it was not an idea but a challenging question.

still the presense of nitrite and nitrate are detected... most prolly BB can be found on biofilm on the surface of the boat. but if the levels are low i do not think that's any cause fo alarm.


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Hiyah, turn off the air-pump (use a timer?) during day-time and problem solved leow. Nothing beats changing water regularly though, not only to reduce the intensity but also to rid toxic stuffs that are present and not removed by algae.

Yes, like I mentioned before, we don't know how much ammonia your bb will consume. Hence, bio-filtration is not a good idea. It was a idea posted by bro vix but, for once, he had a bad idea lah.
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Old 24-07-2003, 03:31 PM   #393
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Hiyah, turn off the air-pump (use a timer?) during day-time and problem solved leow. Nothing beats changing water regularly though, not only to reduce the intensity but also to rid toxic stuffs that are present and not removed by algae.

Yes, like I mentioned before, we don't know how much ammonia your bb will consume. Hence, bio-filtration is not a good idea. It was a idea posted by bro vix but, for once, he had a bad idea lah.
ya lah, can use timer lor
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