I forgot to mention one problem with this wonderful water movement. It breaks up the food into dust. Any suggestions? :fish:
Can you shut the Koralias off when you are feeding?fishcurious said:I forgot to mention one problem with this wonderful water movement. It breaks up the food into dust. Any suggestions? :fish:
All of the fish currently range between 3 and 1/2 to 5 inches. From what i now know i agree that the disposition of the tank may change. I have already begun to eye possible problems and have moved a few guys out and have regained balance. i guess i am doing this a little backwards but....at least i'm learning now; ie this forum and other sources. :thumb:BrianNFlint said:I dont know how old your fish are but if they are all juvies - that is why that mix is working.. When they get older it will no longer work.
With that much room, you could easily have a beautiful tank full of fish but i wouldn't try anything that is known to not work until you have more experience.
As for water movement, as mentioned above - maybe you could shut down some of the pumps during feeding time.. If you feed at the same time every day maybe you could put the ones you want to shut down for feeding on a timer?
I don't know how many gph you are running total, but I am running about 1200 gph in a 75 gallon and have found ways to not plaster my fish to the glass.