Getting out of the co2 business...
So, I come home today to find that all of my fish, except for a select few are dead. Apparently my bubble counter was up to high and the fish suffocated. I had adjusted the bubble counter last night to a good speed but apparently it wasnt stablized well enough. I just cant do this anymore. I cant deal with the heartbreak of all my fish dying. Yes I know that it was a accident and that it probably wouldnt happen again but Im just sick of the overall maintance of the 3wpg planted tank. The weekly water changes and the daily ferts. I just want a tank that is focused mainly on my fish instead of plants. I am truely heartbroken. I lost two beautiful angels, 1 bristlenose, all of my harlequins and 3 SAEs. Thank you everyone for all the help. Im going to keep all of my equipment in case I decide to go high tech again. I will still have plants, just low light and low maintaince. I just wanted to share my experience.
100g tank:10 small angelfish, 1 harlequin rasbora, 2 albino cory, 2 clown loach, 1 rubberlip pleco, 1 bristlenose pleco and 1 apisto borellis.
Rena Filstar xp3, 2x32 and 1x96 watts with no co2.