Ammonia problem in my planted 10gal
I've had my 10 gallon planted tank for about 6 months now and I can't get the ammonia down in it. I've been doing weekly water changes (about 20%) and using an ammonia detoxifier but it isn't helping. I'm not sure what to do at this point besides a complete water change.
My inhabitants may be the culprits though.
2 blue rams
1 red dwarf guroami
1 zebra danio (I had 5 but most died a while ago)
1 ghost shrimp
LOTS of baby mystery snails and 1 big one. I had 2 large mystery snails that laid eggs inside my filter of all places, needless to say they hatched and I now have about 25+ pea sized snails. I don't have the heart to get rid of them.
My plants: 3 amazon swords, broad leaf ludwigia, and 2 anabus nana's. My swords are getting too big for the tank but again I'm not sure what to do besides, trim, trim, trim. My substrate is Flourite if that matters, I don't do any kind of dosing since my plants grow much more then I want them to already. The only chemicals I put into the tank is AmQuel+ with water changes.