CinderDee wrote:Here's a link to the Marineland site. If you'll look on the left, there's a place to enter your zip code and find the closest retailer that carries BioSpira.
Bear in mind that comets and Goldies need 10 gallons per fish and are very high waste. They are best kept in a species tank.
Our trip to town was way lame. Both stores had HEARD of BioSpira, only "usually" carries it but didn't have it then. So we bought some plants instead
We purchased some swords, not sure if they are amazons or not. We got a couple of strange looking plants, sword like but not quite swords, in the pots with the material. I am hoping that's going to be enough bacteria??
We got them at Petsmart and there was a snail in one of the tanks, and they all share the water. ANYway. That's the long and short of it. We got the test kit and the Prime.
Now what?? The plants are in the water...