skippylou Posted November 13, 2021 Share Posted November 13, 2021 Having never kept a pico tank before something got me thinking and curious everyone's thoughts... Going with the current theory that bottoming out nitrate and phosphate can lead to dinos having their opening and chance to bloom, while combining that with many pico owners doing regular 100% water changes which would consistently lower those nutrients, why are pico owners not constantly plagued by dinos? Is it the nutrients in the small volumes of water build back up so quickly? 1 Quote Link to comment
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