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The Nitrogen Cycle and Fishless Cycling
By Barbie F | Published  09/8/2005 | General | Unrated
What is fishless cycling?
If you don't want to use fish to cycle the aquarium, you can do a fishless cycle. By adding pure ammonia immediately to the level of a full bio-load, you can drastically jumpstart a process that would normally take the fish weeks to create. Because you add an amount comparable to a full fish load, you can fill the tank immediately with all of the fish you want to keep, as soon as the cycle is finished.


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