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Thanks a lot. I'll do thatEd204 said:Hi there,
To get an instant cycle on your tank, move your filter media, substrate and decor into your new tank. Moving your substrate and media should do it to be honest. That way, you'll get an instant cycle.
I don't have any seachem stabilityThunder_o_b said:Just to be on the safe side also dose with
Also if it will be more than a day before you stock the aquarium you will need to does with clear ammonia to keep the bacteria from starving out.
Thanks for the reply n feedback.Tiny_Tanganyikans said:Move your entire filter over.
You can move your sand, why not?
Considering you have sand, I doubt you have an undergravel filter and in that case there's very little bacteria (beneficial) on your sand. Just move the entire filter.. if you have a new filter for your new aquarium run the two simultaneous for a while until your new filter is seeded. A month is usually enough time unless you have a very light stocking. Or even better just keep both filters going indefinitely as more filtration is always better
Then you're good. Your cycle will remain intact and once your new filter is seeded you'll have even more filtration. I'd recommend splitting the media from your ehiem into the fluval and vice versaIlovebarbslol said:Thanks for the reply n feedback.
My 30 gallon Stand can't hold my new 75. So I got a brand new one.
I don't have a under gravel filter (people use those)
I have a eheim Ecco pro 2236 that's seeded
And a brand new filter. Fluval 406
Yep you are correct. I'll run both on my 75 gallon
ThanksTiny_Tanganyikans said:Then you're good. Your cycle will remain intact and once your new filter is seeded you'll have even more filtration. I'd recommend splitting the media from your ehiem into the fluval and vice versa