Needs moar Phlame Tetras. You can never have enouph Phlame Tetras.
They are a neat phish, but weigh heavy on gluttony!
I started with 6, they were wild caught LFS informed me, only 2 survived.
They only receive them like twice a year and don't stay @ LFS for long.
Maybe one day i'll get there haha. But until then, if you haven't seen this channel you should. It actually is the most effort put into explaining this concept that I've seen so far.
Guy first did it with his turtle/cherry shrimp tank and now he is doing it with fish.
Not picking on you in any way and nor have you stirred the kettle.
We all of course like planted tank pics!!!
I attempted the video but my attention span gets weak after a few minutes.
Turtles can live in sewage and surface to breath periodically.
I will try again.
Back to denitrification:
I have a 75G tank that has lower light, I'm not really driving the plants hard.
It's more of a repository for species I don't wish to part with but keep them going.
It has a 4" PVC in tank filter in the corner.
Maybe I need larger lava rock in the PVC???
Been cycled for 4 years but does not break down NO3 to N.
If I turn up the lighting and CO2 it will just be another farm tank with excessive trimming.
It needs to be the "relax don't sweat it tank".