Photo #2 - Another Shot Of The Tank - None Yet - None Yet

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 30g tank. im a beginner just started i have a fluval 305 filter. no skimmer yet till i get thru the cycle with the water. put soe live sand in there to help naturally speed the process. and a aqueon 200 watt heater used 5 gallon of sea water and 25 g i mixed myself. levels are precise and have stayed dat way for 2 days now ;] any help or tips..PLEASEEE ill appreciate it.
Advice: iono..I AM NEW! lol but i guess just make sure this is something u really wanna do and be patient
Fish Kept: none yet
Corals/Plants: none yet
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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ever heard of a product called stability if not seachem makes it, it introduces live bacteria into you tank and keeps your live sand and rock from dying i cycled my 125 in three weeks using only that fish avatar

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