The mosses in this tank also started falling apart after a while and just now starting to recover, funny thing is they started falling apart also in my main tank at the same time, which is a totally different system which gets dosed completly different. The only thing I can think off was the water changed in some way or the other!!!mfcphil said:After more reading of your journal I see the moss wall went the journey.
The Cardinals are long gone right about the time the water went "milky", coincidence?? Maybe!!!TBRO said:Wow, your leigions are vast indeed ! Any luck with the cardinals ?
LondonDragon said:I only dose TPN+ in this tank, no dry powdersnry said:My milky water was down to me using dry (OK, mixed with water) trace mix from AE. Something to do with one of the ingredients, the chelator I think - I was advised (by this forum) to try a different trace mix and after switching to Tropica PN I've never had milky water since. Some water just doesn't like the 'cheaper' chelators used in some of the dry trace powder mixes.
Yeah tell me about it, hate looking at this tank at the moment!!SteveUK said:I bet you can't wait to get rid of it mate!
10l bag of Nature Soil fine should be arriving todayJamesM said:Yeah, that horrible mate... gutting
What are you thinking of replacing it with?
Thanks a lot for the video, going to make my traps right now and hopefully in a couple of hours I can take a few hundred out hehe I will update later on!!milla said:Try this method LD worked for me.
Though with how many shrimp you got you may need a few bottles