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- 5 years
I see this statement all over, but am I the only one who finds this to be nonsense? Smaller tank=smaller fish=smaller bioload (in general). So am I missing something or should it be proportional to whats in it? You overstock anything it’ll be harder or even impossible to cycle. Our 300 gal pond at my old store had way too many fish and even with 5 canisters it wouldn’t cycle. My manager at the time wouldn’t get rid of any fish, it was a whole thing, but my point is why would a smaller tank be harder to cycle?