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And also my anemone is stupid

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seabass
28 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

I suppose seachem phyto is not as good?

Yeah, I imagine that live phytoplankton is best.  It'd be a lot more cost effective to culture your own.  It's a fun little project.  I could walk you through it if you are interested.

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Clown79
36 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

Done, 3 x 16oz plus a small 6oz bottle of phyto (bigger bottles were out of stock or did not have the "live" mention)

 

I suppose seachem phyto is not as good?

Try candy corals. It showed in stock.

 

Its an awesome store. the owner is a highly respected person in the hobby.

 

Buying from a store in Ontario will get to you faster than from BC.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Clown79 said:

Try candy corals. Its an awesome store, closer to quebec, the owner is a highly respected person in the hobby.

 

 

Will do next time.

6 minutes ago, seabass said:

Yeah, I imagine that live phytoplankton is best.  It'd be a lot more cost effective to culture your own.  It's a fun little project.  I could walk you through it if you are interested.

I suppose you need a tank to culture it ?

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PeterU
10 minutes ago, Clown79 said:

Buying from a store in Ontario will get to you faster than from BC.

JLaquatics does overnight delivery, I had an order the next morning to Alberta.

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seabass
12 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

I suppose you need a tank to culture it ?

Not at all.  A couple of clear water bottles, an air pump, airline tubing, a standard 75W equiv LED light bulb (daylight spectrum), and some F/2 fertilizer.

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Is this thing on?

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Kindanewtothis
32 minutes ago, seabass said:

Not at all.  A couple of clear water bottles, an air pump, airline tubing, a standard 75W equiv LED light bulb (daylight spectrum), and some F/2 fertilizer.

I'll start by getting the pods but I'll surely keep that in mind

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35 minutes ago, PeterU said:

JLaquatics does overnight delivery, I had an order the next morning to Alberta.

They made me choose the shipper (Canada Post or UPS) I took UPS

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Kindanewtothis
14 minutes ago, seabass said:

Is this thing on?

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Sorry, working (from home and right next to my tanks)

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PeterU
2 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

They made me choose the shipper (Canada Post or UPS) I took UPS

With Canada Post you would be lucky if it left the originating post office by the next day. 😂

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seabass
1 minute ago, Kindanewtothis said:

Sorry, working (from home and right next to my tanks)

No worries! :smilie:  It just seemed a little slow around here.

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Kindanewtothis
2 minutes ago, seabass said:

No worries! :smilie:  It just seemed a little slow around here.

Yeah, I try to answer quickly and I know I post a lot but once again this forum is great.

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Kindanewtothis

 

So when I get the pods, I wait for the lights to be out, turn off the pomps, and just dump 48 oz in the tank?

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Clown79
36 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

 

So when I get the pods, I wait for the lights to be out, turn off the pomps, and just dump 48 oz in the tank?

Thats their instructions. I left all filtration and water movement off. I think it suggests an hr. 

 

Did you get phytoplankton? Because thats what feeds the pods.

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Kindanewtothis
3 hours ago, PeterU said:

JLaquatics does overnight delivery, I had an order the next morning to Alberta.

I just hope they wrote the date the American way so July 8th.

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PeterU

Says Thursday, so tomorrow July 8

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Kindanewtothis
2 minutes ago, PeterU said:

Says Thursday, so tomorrow July 8

That would be awesome. I'm loosing my tank.

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Kindanewtothis
33 minutes ago, Clown79 said:

 

Did you get phytoplankton? Because thats what feeds the pods.

Yes I did but not a lot. They have fresh phyto at my lfs.

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PeterU

I ordered a small 6oz bottle of Tigger pods on May 12 from JLAquatics. Put them in my 20H the next day.

Here is a picture of my front glass today covered in them,

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9 minutes ago, PeterU said:

I ordered a small 6oz bottle of Tigger pods on May 12 from JLAquatics. Put them in my 20H the next day.

Here is a picture of my front glass today covered in them,

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Fishs eat them a lot?

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On 6/24/2021 at 12:34 AM, Tired said:

Hopefully that'll knock the dinos right out. 

We'll see how long it takes. I think @Clown79mentioned 2 months or something.

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PeterU

No fish currently but I'm trying to get a captive bred dragonette.

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Kindanewtothis
Just now, PeterU said:

No fish currently but I'm trying to get a captive bred dragonette.

Can't say I did not think of adding one now that there will be food for it... but I'm not there yet.

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11 minutes ago, Kindanewtothis said:

Can't say I did not think of adding one now that there will be food for it... but I'm not there yet.

One of the reasons I want captive bred versus ocean harvested is that they are not reliant on pods but eat prepared food as well without training. I'm being very selective when it comes to fish, thinking also a Coral Beauty but can't get over the feeling my tank is too small.

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