Droupsy in tank
I have 2 tanks main. One 55g and one 38g. My 38g, the water is crystal clear, and my fish are perfectly healthy in it. My 55g has had a set back. It first started with fertilizer. I was doing some diy stuff, over dosed the tank, and after about a hundred 50% water changes every other day, the water finally got better. The fish were fine, but a tone of leaves on my plants melted off. That's been over a month or longer ago. Since then my plants are growing great, I've tried to keep them trimmed and I added alot of pond snails to try and eat up any decaying plants I missed. Then about 2 weeks ago, I decided to cap my eco complete substrate with black diamond sand. My hair grass was having trouble sticking, so I wanted some finer soil. Since then, I broke out with a huge algae bloom. The water was thick green. (Again fish seemed fine) after cutting back lighting hours and doing water changes the water is clearing again. The past week, my water has had this slight white gaze in the water. So slight, it won't even pick up on camera. But the fish started dying of droupsy, all my bettas, 1 angle fish and a good number of guppies.
Could this slight haze be from dying plants I might not can see from the capping the dirt, or did I mess with the good bacteria by covering up the older subtract with new subtract. I removed most of my fish and put them in my 38g tank, and since then they are living fine. I just wonder what this little haze is and when will my water be clean enough to add my fish back.
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