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Do i need relective to grow plants indoor

Do i need relective to grow plants indoor



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Do i need relective to grow plants indoor

I noticed some chlorine, i think it's from i would imagine the atmosphere to be quite moist, i'm not sure what to do. Anyone know what chlorine would be bad for? I do know that if it is dangerous i'm probably safe with my plants, but what about the ones i store indoors? I found a coupon on petco for $10 off all plants. (not all plants lol) Thanks for your help guys.

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Tänan väga abi eest. I would like to share with you my experiences with chlorine. I have been having problems with chlorine in my fish tanks. They are all ghost. The only other two tanks with a couple other fish had no problems. Then I got a chlorine test kit and it did show that my salt water tanks are full of chlorine. I placed chlorine neutralizer into the tanks and all the chlorine was neutralized except for a little bit that was in my worst tank. I put the chlorine neutralizer into the new tank. Still no fish, so I just got a new tank and removed the old one and it worked again.

I tried to put an airlock with chlorine neutralizer in it. It works for 1 or 2 days, then starts to smell like rotten eggs and it smells so bad. I removed it and it worked for awhile, but now it smells again.

I am adding some organic matter to my tank as well as the Chlorine neutralizer, so I am hoping that it will help. I guess my question is, why does chlorine cause the fish to look like ghosts? It seems like I am doing everything that I should be doing to keep my fish healthy.

Re: i need a molecular seal do i need reflective

Hi finny88,

The only thing that I can think of is that the tank is too big. Since chlorine isn't soluble in salt water, it causes a buildup of chlorine in the bottom of the tank. Even if you used a lot of Chlorine Neutralizer (which you shouldn't use too much), there is still a buildup of chlorine at the bottom. But, I would say, make sure your other fish are okay before you start changing out the water in the tank. I know if you do so, the fish can start to dehydrate, and as you are finding out, they can even die.

Oh! And make sure your tap water is okay. It is good to have the tap water tested.

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Originally Posted by petewithme

Hello, I was wanting to know if there was any other reason to have a Plant Repellant in my tank other than to get rid of plant litter.

Tere! Yes, it is a preventative measure, especially if you are caring for a freshwater tank, and you have to give the same consideration to a saltwater tank. All plants (which is pretty much anything) will attract insect life that will feed on the leaves and cause them to wilt. However, with the use of Plant Repellant, this is negated. So, this is basically like this: If you would have left the plant out (and most likely the plant will be eaten if you do), and the plants began to rot because of the insect life, then the plant repellant will absorb into the plant, making the plant distasteful to the insects, which will then not eat the plant, and in turn the plant remains strong and healthy! It is like a protective coat for the plant.

I am hoping that answers your question. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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Originally Posted by petewithme

Hey guys, sorry I was on the site for a long time lol

I was wondering if you have any idea how to grow them in a plant pot. I do a lot of my gardening outside, but I have had success growing succulents and cacti in them before. The problem is that the succulents and cacti have lost a lot of growth in the fall when I put them outside and the springtime that they grow in is a lot stronger. What I would like to do is just grow the cacti and succulents inside until fall time, then when the temperatures get cold outside I put them in the ground. Do you think that is possible? I tried growing a cactus outside with sand and it worked fine for about 2 weeks, but then it started losing its leaves and looking sick. I was wondering if I could plant it inside and just give it light/suntans until it gets cold?

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I am trying to decide between just using water and just using the marine water with a plant repellant in it.

Tere