I have only been feeding once every other day due to high nitrites...but water conditions are becoming stable so I should be able to feed once a day now. I put some sea weed on a clip...and he just didn't take too well...I'll have to give it another shot and see what happens. Maybe he was just nervous because it was something new.
Yeah, looks like you have a lot of growth going on there. My tank went through that as well. I used a combination of manually stirring the substrate regularly and blacking out the tank for a couple of days to get it back under control.
Yeah..I'm still waiting for the Nitrates to come back down a little bit. I'd say about another week or so and I'll be doing a 10% water change. I could probably stir the sand up a bit while I'm in there. It won't stress the fish too much?
It's a 30 gallon. I've had it set up since the end of September. I rushed things a little bit and had to wait for the tank to finish cycling. That's why my nitrates are still a little high. Any recommendations?