to make a long story short i bought a 200 gph filter to replace my
100 gph filter, because i felt it isnt strong enough...so at the moment i have both filters running for about 4 days now....my question is....is my tanks current now "300 gph". correct me if im wrong,
isnt that too strong for a 10 gallon....if so how can i lower the current....by the way i have a aqueon power filter 20, so i cant adjust the flow.......and one last question, how long do i seed for...
before i take the original filter out....
IS 300 GPH TOO STRONG FOR 10 GALLON FRESHWATER TANK
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