I see no problem, though baby shrimp will likely be food to the tetras. If heavily planted you're probably ok though.
i do over feed because my tetras are still small and dont find the food when i dip my finger in ( i dont feed from top because i have had 2 tetras get swim bladder from that). i do 30% water changes every week thoughThere are several things that can make or break this situation if you add more load. One big one is how carefully you watch the tank. If you add fish and do some testing for ammonia as you go along, it will alert you before it reaches critical. Second thing that you CAN control is the way you feed. The fish don't add the load as much as the food we throw in that is often wasted. We almost always feed too much. Consider cutting your feeding like in half until you see how it goes. That will be a good way to avoid trouble. If you are feeding less and ammonia begins to creep in, then you need more filter or less fish. Things like this work out if we watch close and are ready to make it work.
I'm thinking you are okay but then I don't know how you care for your tank, either.
i do 30% water changes every week, is that enough?The baby shrimplets will become snacks for the tetra, but with enough hiding places your population can still grow. As for bioload, I dont think you are over the max for a 10 gallon. As long as you watch your nitrates since shrimp are sensitive to them. But cherries in general are pretty hardy. Just FYI, the aqueon filters have terrible biological capabilities so keep an eye on ammonia as well, honestly with 4 tetra in there I dont think you have anything to worry about. Any more fish and you might be over your max.
That's how I feed my fish, too. It just works out better that way, anyway. Everyone has a chance to get some.well the theory for the swim bladder thing is that if I leave the flakes on the surface of the water, the fish will swallow air when they eat, that's why I pinch the food in my fingers then dip my fingers in and un-pinch the food.
What shrimp? If you're trying to breed ghost shrimp then good luck buddy. If it's cherry or rili shrimp then they'll breed all the time for you.anyways, I decided to go with 10 shrimp instead because if they start to die, I wont lose too many. also, I think ese guys breed relatively easy right? I know you need enough hiding spaces blah blah blah but it's my first time having shrimp seriously ( only have had 2 ghost shrimp that died in the past because they were in the tank while it was cycling)