Planning Big Changes for the Fish Room; One Tank at a Time

Master breeder Dean is back to help Cory work on his urban fish farm, and they have big plans to start replacing some of the indoor pond tubs with display aquariums. The first step is to focus on the 800-gallon aquarium by adding 100 nerite snails, adding a new Fluval FX-6 canister pump, and fixing the mounting height of the fertilizer auto dosing pump. Also, Dean did the hard work of troubleshooting the water temperature controller, so now the automatic water change system is back and running again.
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0:00 – Intro
0:21 – Pothos Plant is Growing Monster Roots
0:58 – The Biggest Pond Snail Ever
1:12 – Why the Auto Water Change System Wasn’t Working
2:44 – New Pets in the Fish Room
3:58 – Plans for the Fish Room
5:52 – Easy Green All-in-One Fertilizer Commercial
6:45 – How Many Tanks are in the Fish Room?
7:34 – Ideas Cory & Dean Have for the Fish Room
9:01 – Working on the 800 Gallon Tank

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