Red grade 1 arowana without tanningt5 li

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Red grade 1 arowana without tanningt5 lightingGreetings to all shifu, bros sis
I never rear this breed my entire life as it is to expensive and currently planing to keep sooner or later。 Been fascinating about their colour size when reaching their prime stage。
But most people do it with tanning/t5 to get their true potential?
What if one doesnt use the tanning/t5 light for their red AROWANA?*
Will the majestic colour still prevail if one doesnt use a tanning/t5?*
My late ah kong rear once w/o tanning/t5 and looks so nice when it reaches its prime。 Hope to find a pic of it。
Also Im hoping to get a wise opinion from the shifus, bro sis here。 Im new into red grade 1 arowana so it will help me a lot。。。 Cause Im planning to go with no tanning t5 light。 Thanks so much*
==comments==
I do not know what you meant by ";RED GRADE 1"; are you referring to high quality reds?
Currently I am in a quest to develop/acquire a real ";SUPER RED"; arowana。 the kind of arowana that you see on the top bar of this forum。 To answer your question。 My only answer is look at my experiment here
I do not know if Tanning is neccesary but there is only one way to find out and that is to try it out。
About your question whether a RED will turn red or develop its potential with out tanning lights。 I visited the website of a very reputable farm(albeit very expensive and their moto is ";Not to be Arrogant but we are the best in the world), they said that a real super red will turn red even with out lights, even if you throw it into mud, if it has the genetics, it will turn red。
With my limited experience。 I currently own three SRs and one posses great intensity of red compared to the other two。 No tanning!!
>Bro Superquada,
Lets make an assumption。
Lets say u have an off spring juv of the fish in the banner
1。 How can we see that it is of that quality when juv ?
2。 If we let it turn red naturally, how long will it takes and can the keeper has the patience ?
3。 If throw into mud pond, the fish don turn out red, the fault lies with the fish, muddy water or the keeper ?
>Originally Posted by superquadra I do not know what you meant by ";RED GRADE 1"; are you referring to high quality reds?
Currently I am in a quest to develop/acquire a real ";SUPER RED"; arowana。 the kind of arowana that you see on the top bar of this forum。 To answer your question。 My only answer is look at my experiment here
I do not know if Tanning is neccesary but there is only one way to find out and that is to try it out。
About your question whether a RED will turn red or develop its potential with out tanning lights。 I visited the website of a very reputable farm(albeit very expensive and their moto is ";Not to be Arrogant but we are the best in the world), they said that a real super red will turn red even with out lights, even if you throw it into mud, if it has the genetics, it will turn red。
With my limited experience。 I currently own three SRs and one posses great intensity of red compared to the other two。 No tanning!! Hi bro,MALAYSIA GOLdend Arowana thanks for the advices。 Seen your SRs they are solid and are u serious no tanning on your aros? So in that case I wont be bothering much on tanning
Any other bro with other views?
Would love more advices to help me
>Originally Posted by herit1990 Hi bro, thanks for the advices。 Seen your SRs they are solid and are u serious no tanning on your aros? So in that case I wont be bothering much on tanning
Any other bro with other views?
Would love more advices to help me I tan or rather ";roast"; my fish Bro。
>Maybe I too impatience to see color development。
Tanning is to speed up the color development for impatience person like me。
Maybe as what bro Superquadra said, nvr try nvr know the results of letting the color developed naturally
>Originally Posted by Loner Maybe I too impatience to see color development。
Tanning is to speed up the color development for impatience person like me。
Maybe as what bro Superquadra said, nvr try nvr know the results of letting the color developed naturally Ohh i see, so tanning is to speed up the colour development。
So if no tanning i have to wait the red to mature then can see the colour development。
Thanks bro for the info。 Greatly appreciated
>Any bros with experince of red without tanning procedure? Any pics? Thanks
>Originally Posted by Loner Bro Superquada,
Lets make an assumption。
Lets say u have an off spring juv of the fish in the banner
1。 How can we see that it is of that quality when juv ?
2。 If we let it turn red naturally, how long will it takes and can the keeper has the patience ?
3。 If throw into mud pond, the fish don turn out red, the fault lies with the fish, muddy water or the keeper ?
1。 Look at the age in the certificate。 if it already has SR qualities such as redish/orange cheeks and nice coloration on the rim, then the chances of it developing into a banner like fish is greater compared to other fishes which do not show redish/orange cheeks。 then it may take longer to develop
2。 According to the post that I read in this forum。 Many of the owners say that it takes 4 years for the color to develop。 some even say 6-8 years。
3。 The answer is very debatable。 It is Nature Vs。 Nurture thing。 With out a doubt, the keeper has a lot to do with the rearing of the fish but the fish plays an equal role too。 Example。 If you have a very good race car but the driver is not that good, then your race team will loose。 Now if you have an average car but with an excellent driver, your team can win or have decent placings。 Now if you have an unreliable car, even with an excellent driver, there is very little the driver can do。
I think the same is true for the Arowana。 An arowana with a good genetics but the keeper is not feeding it properly, it will become ugly。 now an average arowana with a great keeper may develop it into a beautiful fish。 Now if you bought a low quality fish, even if you are the best keeper in the world, there is very little you can do。
Now imagine this, A fish with great potential with a great keeper!! that would be nice!!
>Originally Posted by herit1990 Hi bro, thanks for the advices。 Seen your SRs they are solid and are u serious no tanning on your aros? So in that case I wont be bothering much on tanning
Any other bro with other views?
Would love more advices to help me
I did not say ";Not to bother with tanning"; the best thing to do is try it for yourself。 I am not an expert in tanning and I am just learning the ropes 。
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