I have updated the today's progress on my blog. Please find the details here: http://www.shrimpydaddy.com/2014/11/...ria-vs_24.html
Hope you have a good weekend. I obtained a piece of interesting data today from this test. For more information, please
I had just posted the day 4 result. You may find it here: http://www.shrimpydaddy.com/2014/11/...ria-vs_21.html
I just posted today's result. For the details, you will be able to find it in my blog: http://www.shrimpydaddy.com/2014/11/...ria-vs_20.html
I will love to ship them in one day.hyoushoku 20th Nov 2014, 05:26 PM
Cant wait until your products come to Australia ,maybe one day
I won't call it miracle. It is just science. I had proven it in 4 tanks that I setup recently. 1 x ADA AS substrate tank, 1 x 19L pico tank, 1 x Sulawesihyoushoku 20th Nov 2014, 04:55 PM
Wow, looks like a miracle product to me. I will be patient and follow the results and your final conclusion.ShrimpmasterNL 20th Nov 2014, 04:25 PM
Kind of yes and no.
The traditional bacteria starter culture I used, it does seed NO2 consuming bacteria too. Hence, it may not go up proportionally.
Of course, I understand, but when ammonium go's down you also start testing the NO2 I guess? Nice, looking forward to the results.ShrimpmasterNL 20th Nov 2014, 04:02 PM
Since the ammonium in traditional bacteria container is not reduce by half yet, I did not test the NO2.
I will test it today.
I can't find the second part about Nitrite, will you test this too? Because I allways thought that it's the Nitrite (NO2) that
As you know, the first test failed because of the coarse sponge filter media is taking too long for the bacteria to colonise. Hence,