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Old 02-19-2006, 09:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This week i am going to skip my water change becuase I got some new fish and last time i did t a water change two days after getting new fish, they all died. So, What should i do about my dosing next week? I dosed normal all week.

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why not do a small water change very slowly?
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That could be done, but that will not completly reset the tank will it?
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The tank will be fine if you miss a weekly water change. Either do a smaller one (or a couple of smaller ones) as suggested or skip it altogether. You can do the full wc next week. The plants won't take a hit and as long as you keep up on the ferts and CO2, things should be just fine.
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so just keep the same dosages? I can do that.
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