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I've also cultivated rotifers in the fry tank before hatch to build up the volume. Hope it can last thru 5 days at least :)

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I have been thinking of trying that too. But was worried also about the parameters when I transfer the fry. Temp, ph etc. currently I filled e fry tank with tank water just before hatching..

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I use very little water to cultivate at the start, like 3L. Then gradually as they multiple, I siphon it out to feed my DT and slowly add new salt water into fry tank to bring down the no3 while rotifier are still there growing. It worked so far.

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Caught some time to shoot some video 

 

 

 

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Not sure if I wanna sell them.. got feeling liao. lol

Here's a latest video of them eating bbs happily :)

 

 

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At how old for the fries then you add in proper filtration ? Like skimmer and filter pump and bacteria house

 

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On 27/06/2018 at 12:17 AM, PowderTang said:

At how old for the fries then you add in proper filtration ? Like skimmer and filter pump and bacteria house

 

thanks 

Hi! Haha you revived the thread.

it depends on the size more than the age of the fries. As long as you are sure that the “comb” gaps in for the overflow or suction to your filter is smaller than your fries. It should be fine.

nonetheless I think I shifted them over to fry tank with filter around 2/3 months old.

 

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