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greenhorn
Can anyone share with me how you maintain water at tip-top conditions? This incldue no of fishes in a tank, no of water changes in a week and by how much, put coral chips to buffer the water, put anti-chorine and salt whenever there is water change, daily washing of filter media, heater set at 28 degree, put lot of plants in the tank, put sand in the tank, let algea grows in the tank, uv for sterilization, periodic pp the tank or certain medicine whenever change water or at an interval, so on and so forth. If you maintenance your water in this way, how long will your fish fall sick, say 2 months or 6 months the fish will need for medicine for certain illness.

Does any particular fish that keep in this way lives for at least 1.5 year? shiok.gif
goldrush
QUOTE(greenhorn @ Thu, 23 Jun 2005 4:12 pm)
Can anyone share with me how you maintain water at tip-top conditions? This incldue no of fishes in a tank, no of water changes in a week and by how much, put coral chips to buffer the water, put anti-chorine and salt whenever there is water change, daily washing of filter media, heater set at 28 degree, put lot of plants in the tank, put sand in the tank, let algea grows in the tank, uv for sterilization, periodic pp the tank or certain medicine whenever change water or at an interval, so on and so forth. If you maintenance your water in this way, how long will your fish fall sick, say 2 months or 6 months the fish will need for medicine for certain illness.

Does any particular fish that keep in this way lives for at least 1.5 year?  shiok.gif
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You need an encylopaedia to answer your questions.Pls refer to old posts to get your answers.But pls ask one topic at a time if not the search may not yield any headings.....

goldrush
desireless
This is also directed to other members.

Do note that FAQ and Tips is a forum for "providing an answer". Meaning you already have the answer in hand before you post the topic with the topic title in the form of a question.

Or unless the topic was posted in other sub-forums and deemed as informative, thus shifted to FAQ sub-forum.

Thread shifted to Tank Setup discussion forum where it is more appropriate
greenhorn
QUOTE(desireless @ Thu, 23 Jun 2005 4:46 pm)
This is also directed to other members.

Do note that FAQ and Tips is a forum for "providing an answer". Meaning you already have the answer in hand before you post the topic with the topic title in the form of a question.

Or unless the topic was posted in other sub-forums and deemed as informative, thus shifted to FAQ sub-forum.

Thread shifted to Tank Setup discussion forum where it is more appropriate
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Sorry for the wrong posting. Thanks desireless for shifting the post to the correct forum.
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