aquarium stand plans | 150 Gallon Marine Fish Tank
Hello, I've recently acquired a 150 gallon fish tank with an under-tank sea-life filtration system with the bio balls. The tank has been running for 1 month now.
Obviously when cycling a tank you need a source of ammonia (fish, decayed food etc) and keep an eye on your levels and let nature takes it course (I truly understand how all of that functions). I'm just wondering what else there is I can do to help the process. I have some live plants in my tank already, but only a couple which struggle to thrive w/ my very weak lighting. I'm hoping to transfer my weekly water change from my 29 gallon to my 150 gallon for the first month (the only problem is these two tanks will be in two separate houses). Along with that I'd like to take out deco from time to time, such as live/artificial plants, driftwood, gravel etc. Hopefully this provides the new tank with a good base of beneficial bacteria as well. I also planned on taking the latest filter pad from my HOB and putting it in my wet/dry. I'm looking for anything to make this process as seamless as possible. Does anyone else have any other suggestions? I'm just concerned with moving my guys out of their home and into the 150 too soon and losing what I've got.
I recently bought a new 150 gallon tank (72x18) and I'm looking to stock it with my current fish and some new. (Obviously after I cycle the tank and have it well prepared for inhabitants.)
My new 150 gallon fish tank with Central American Cichlids.
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