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Posted: Oct 13 2006, 05:29 PM
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Member No.: 164
Joined: 8-January 06
how long does it normally take unfertilized eggs to turn white?
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I'm dark coz I'm fake,
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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 08:40 AM
Member No.: 153
Joined: 30-December 05
Depending on your water, unfertilised eggs don't always go white, at above about 350mv ORP they can stay the original colour for over a week, they just don't "eye up"................................
In lower quality water the white colour can happen after a few hours, it's not a problem as long as they don't fungus up,