Freshwater Test Results Question

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by BOOGITY98, May 8, 2019.

  1. BOOGITY98

    BOOGITY98New MemberMember

    Hi everyone,

    I have just completed my first water test in my 10 gal. Freshwater tank. I have attached an image of the results, and was wondering if there is any reason for concern based on them. Just want to make sure the water is healthy for the fish.


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  2. SarahBear1009

    SarahBear1009Valued MemberMember

    Water parameters look good to me. What is the temp of the tank? So long as both Betta and the cories are temp compatible, I don't see any concerns? Someone with more experience though may have other opinions.
  3. OP

    BOOGITY98New MemberMember

    The tank temperature is 79° and this is the second day with the new decor, live plants, and sand instead of gravel. I’m sure it is still cycling but I was able to add some bacteria to it to start the process.
  4. Morpheus1967

    Morpheus1967Well Known MemberMember

    That's pretty warm for the corys.
  5. OP

    BOOGITY98New MemberMember

    I was thinking of lowering it to 76°, just don’t want to make the betta uncomfortable.