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    Gh 6 kh2 tds high.. scared it will affect moulting that's why
    what do you think

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    It does not work in that way.
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    So I don't have to worry right ?

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    You should not worry about your water parameter. Instead, you should worry you tank setup method.

    Your tank is not stablised and you already have shrimp inside. As such, your shrimp will continue to die until it is stable down.
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    Yep. I think it is starting to get stable.
    water parameters are good now.
    shrimps swimming aand more active than before.

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    Il you breed Taiwan bee shrimp, you must take care about KH and pH stability.

    KH MUST BE null
    pH must be stable around 5.7 - 6

    I think
    - is impossible to breed Taiwan bee shrimp without technical sand.
    - you must not add CO2 because CO2 make pH no stable.
    - YOU MUST WAIT about 4 weeks before introduce shrimp.
    - If you wait 4 weeks, you don't need to use something for chrorin, because chrorin is gas and will be out of tank.
    - is better to use RO watter and salty shrimp for water.


    If u don't want do that, don't buy TAIWAN BEE SHRIMP.




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