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Re: [APD] Cloudy Water Bacteria
Cloudy water is very likely candidate.
Cycling? Ammonium sulfate? You have other tnaks don't you,
Phil? Why not just use mulm from an established tank or
media from a filter on an established tank? Then you don't
have to cycle at all. Well,. yo still have to grow the
biofilm on the glass and interior tank surfaces, but that
should be no biggie if you infect the tank with a healthy
does of mulm.
Cycling is so 70s. ;-)
--- Phil Bunch <pbunch at cox_net> wrote:
> Does anyone know which bacteria are involved in producing
> "cloudy water."
> I'm cycling a 60-gallon tank using ammonium
> sulfate, small amounts of fish food and no critters. The
> temperature is at
> 83 F (28.3 C). After about 3 days the water got very
> cloudy. Can this be
> interpreted as part of a succession process?
> Phil Bunch
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