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Discussion in 'Shrimp and Invertz' started by pingvin, Aug 29, 2015.
Hi Keith Yes With a lot of help from you and Evelyn over the years
I am still here for a long time yet.
First start by doing a lot of research and saving all the information you can find.
Start by learning all the basic skills first and the rest will follow easily.
Update on feeding shrimps
Healthy food is the best food!
I had so much fun so I made two parts of this video Upload in progress...
and here is one little poop machine
The feeding video is extremely interesting watching them eat so fast.
What other vegetables do you feed them?
The pooping shrimp, you video is so good have you noticed only a few seconds into the video you can see a very small shrimp fry bottom RH area.
Thank you, I feed them once with lettuce and carrot
Hi Pingvin, Fab Videos
Somewhere on my computer there is a list of foods I have fed my fish and shrimps on.
With lettuce be careful I only used fresh Iceberg as it is sweet compared to many other lettuces also never use the loose leaf packages as its been very strongly washed in Chlorine and possibly other ???
Soft fruits like banana, and pear, are also a winner for them.
Banana really? that is great
Here is my little "cooking" video of food mixture for my fish and shrimp
A great little video I am positive we all have mixed foods together for our fish, its a great way to give your fish a good variety of foods.
For shrimp and their fry I would mix a few bits and pieces up and pound it into a fine powder for them.
Great videos pingvin! I enjoyed watching them.
Its a great learning tool that video.
Just adjust it to suit your fish.
This is my First time to try growing emersed aquarium plants
Wow, the plants look great and healthy. What's the substrate? Potting soil?
Every thing is looking great.
It is simple gardening soil for flowers
My Next project is DIY Full Spectrum LED for emersed plants
Thanks @pingvin !
This is my new project with full spectrum LED for growing plants
Thank you for posting that video.
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