Firefish15 Posted August 27, 2021 Share Posted August 27, 2021 Hey all! My 10g aquarium has been running for 3 years now, and I’ve been preparing to transfer the rock and livestock to a much nicer looking 14g bow front. I’ve been experiencing a Cyanobacteria problem off and on again for a few months now. Right now, it’s not going as well, seems to get pretty bad in two or three days, a large part of the sand bed is covered, and a little bit on the rock work. Would it be okay to do the tank transfer and put in a new sand bed? I have a 20lb bag of the Caribsea Fiji Pink live sand that I’ll use. I don’t want to make things worse against the cyano though, if that disruption would help them. Any input would be great, also happy to provide any other information like my maintenance and feeding routines, lights and schedules, and livestock. Thanks! Quote Link to comment
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