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void
Hi...
Is cultivating green water in aquarium has the same effect as in cultivating in the pond/fibre tank? Will it have the same effect? Better growth, better color? Is 140cm X 50cm X 40cm tank suitable for goldfish rearing?
mountain
crocodile underwear and paper underwear and g-string .. all still is underwear wear on body rite? biggrin.gif
CyberET
hehehe... there is a difference neh wink.gif

crocodile underwear last longer than paper underwear tongue.gif

erm.. that dimension for goldfish rearing is suitable ah..
for me, if its filtered tank, i would keep 5-6 goldfish max
Inxs
QUOTE(CyberET @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 10:48 PM)
hehehe... there is a difference neh wink.gif

crocodile underwear last longer than paper underwear tongue.gif

erm.. that dimension for goldfish rearing is suitable ah..
for me, if its filtered tank, i would keep 5-6 goldfish max

Hahaha ! Ah Ti ah wrong place lah.
HappyBuddha
QUOTE(void @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 10:29 PM)
Hi...
Is cultivating green water in aquarium has the same effect as in cultivating in the pond/fibre tank? Will it have the same effect? Better growth, better color? Is 140cm X 50cm X 40cm tank suitable for goldfish rearing?

I'm also quite confused what you're asking. Could you rephrase it?
square_guy
nothing beats natural sunlight in terms of spectrum, intensity and hence penetration.

if pond means outdoor, then go for it. it's definitely better than indoor. for dimension of tank/pond etc, other than the surface area, also need to take note of depth. if shallow, easier penetration by light (artificial or natural). hence if u take the indoor route, just take note that normal PL light has limited penetration. unless of course u r using MH.
void
QUOTE(HappyBuddha @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 11:07 PM)
I'm also quite confused what you're asking.  Could you rephrase it?

Hehehe... sorry for my bad english... What i mean is whether keeping goldfish in green water in outdoor ponds is the same as keeping them in green water in aquarium? i'm using NAN light for lighting... Also, does material plays important part? ie, using fibre glass, earth, plastic tud or glass tank...

Enlightenment need... beg2.gif
void
QUOTE(CyberET @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 10:48 PM)
hehehe... there is a difference neh wink.gif

crocodile underwear last longer than paper underwear tongue.gif

erm.. that dimension for goldfish rearing is suitable ah..
for me, if its filtered tank, i would keep 5-6 goldfish max

Right now I'm keeping 7 ryukins and 7 ranchus... size range from 7cm to 12cm... too cramped hah?!?
CyberET
QUOTE(void @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 11:58 PM)
Right now I'm keeping 7 ryukins and 7 ranchus... size range from 7cm to 12cm... too cramped hah?!?

with very frequent water change, and little feeding, and super filtration, u should not have much problems smile.gif
CyberET
QUOTE(void @ Tue 06 Jan 2004 11:53 PM)
Hehehe... sorry for my bad english... What i mean is whether keeping goldfish in green water in outdoor ponds is the same as keeping them in green water in aquarium? i'm using NAN light for lighting... Also, does material plays important part? ie, using fibre glass, earth, plastic tud or glass tank...

Enlightenment need...  beg2.gif

there is.. sunlight better than artificial light in some ways
artificial would be preferred if u need control over the lighting hours

cement has its own natural buffering abilities
and extra "liao" but is expensive and after a few years need to do some maintaince

fibre will leak toxic chemicals after a few years if exposed in the direct hot sun over long periods of time

plastic is not as strong as fibre

glass tank silicon will dry up over time.. and cannot take rough handling

earth ah.. hmm.. r u staying in singapore?

correction, nan light can be used.. but effective period, cost of replacement etc.. results in roughly the same cost as MH smile.gif
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