I hope I don’t jinks things by saying this, but my Daphnia cultures have never been better!
I almost lost my Daphnia this summer do to heat and the crashing of my green water culture, but they have made a marvelous recovery and are producing better than ever. Continue reading I think I’m getting the hang of this…
The aquatics industry has done a wonderful job of supplying the hobbyist with a wide array of equipment and food. With these in hand, the success rate of new hobbyists must be at an all-time high.
When you begin to spawn your fish and raise fry, the industry supplied choices of foods for larval fish become few and far between. This is especially true when raising fish that produce tiny fry not capable of eating newly hatched baby brine shrimp. The good news is, there is a multitude of foods you can culture yourself when faced with the prospect of feeding tiny fry. Continue reading Feeding Tiny Fry
When I started constructing my current fish room I tried to compartmentalize each rack into a stand alone system. Thinking along those same lines, I constructed a rack specific to green water and other cultures. It’s nothing fancy and fits in well in my “working” fish room. Continue reading Green Water Rack