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had first spawn last week no have 100s of fry i loaded egg covered plants in
to veg filter and it is full of fry . how do i take care of them?



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had first spawn last week no have 100s of fry i loaded egg covered plants

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to veg filter and it is full of fry . how do i take care of them?

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I hope your veg filter is at least 100 to 200 gallons with almost no
current. I feed mine "green water" or raise them in green water, then feed
hard boiled egg yolk mixed with finely crushed flakes or fry powder. I add
water and use an eye dropper to drop it all around the area they're hanging
out. Wait until they're free swimming. Do small water changes several
times a week.
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On Fri, 1 Jul 2005 18:20:07 -0400, "gunnar" wrote:

had first spawn last week no have 100s of fry i loaded egg covered plants in
to veg filter and it is full of fry . how do i take care of them?

Let nature take care of them. Let her cull or you get the nasty job. ~ jan

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