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 Post subject: Re: JAS's IBCs
PostPosted: Feb 21st, '22, 02:23 
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All cleaned up, finally cycled, ready for spring plants! Excited to see what the fully cycled system will do!


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 Post subject: Re: JAS's IBCs
PostPosted: Apr 13th, '22, 03:28 
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Most of my current fish (a little larger than fingerlings) made it through the cycling process where lots of fish died due to nitrite poisoning (Nitrite is gone now). They all seem to be healthy now, and system is fully cycled. Every one in a while I catch a glimpse inside their gills and can see red inside. Are these fish safe to eat when they get the proper size?


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PostPosted: Apr 15th, '22, 02:28 
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Sorry to hear, it's always hard to lose fish. I killed many fish from nitrite poisoning before I started using salt to protect against that and pathogens as well.

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wow this system looks really neat and tidy


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PostPosted: Jul 12th, '22, 22:42 
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My fish have gotten so comfortable with me that they'll let me touch them, and basically pet them. I must remember they're not pets! Maybe I can massage them to make them more tender!


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