Best Nitrogen Cycle Guide for Beginners (Different Methods Explained)

Cycling an aquarium is the process of growing biological filtration (like beneficial bacteria and plants) in your tank before adding any fish. There are many ways to cycle an aquarium — such as fishless cycling, fish-in cycling, live plants, and bottled bacteria — so let’s talk about how we can combine these methods to quickly and safely cycle a new aquarium.

— Ammonia test strips:
— Multi-test strips:
— Aquarium plants:
— Easy Green fertilizer:
— Fritz Zyme7 nitrifying bacteria:
— Sponge filter:

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