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SilveRx

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  1. Im using api aquarium salt, and arm&hammer baking soda. Since I'm in canada I can't get any aquarium coop eggs, but these eggs claim 90% hatch rate. I'm just unsure if my 24hr is fully hatch or should I wait for 36hr. I did watch that video a couple times but since I'm hatching a quarter of eggs what he recommends should I reduce my salt/soda and water ? thanks
  2. Hi I have been hatching brine shrimp for the past couple day. I only have like 20 fry and rest goes to bigger fish to feed so I'm using 1/4 teaspoon of eggs. What salt/baking soda would you recommend ? Im experimenting 3 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon baking soda for the last batch. Does this look ready its been 24hour or should I give it longer time? Temp is at 75degree
  3. Hi everyone Beginner hobbyist here in Vancouver Canada. Started with a 10/33 gallon long long time ago but during covid inching to start up the hobby again. Started with some mutt guppies in the 10 gallon to speed the cycle and eventually scored a deal on fb marketplace for a huge tank. currently breeding blue ram, dumbo platium guppies, platy/swordtail to fill up my 280 gallon community tank. Trying to find new black substrate for the price is impossible at the moment (~$50 a bag of eco complete).
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