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    This is just one example.

    https://youtu.be/5Sm3-5GKbng
    It would be good if you could take a record like this too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naoki Atsumi View Post
    https://youtu.be/5Sm3-5GKbng
    It would be good if you could take a record like this too!
    p(ī∇`)q
    That is amazing how thatís developed into a beautiful koiThis is just one example.what breeder was it?


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    Lovely Showa, would love one just like that as I am sure many others would!

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    What record? There isn't any music in the clip.

    The koi is nice. A little skinny in the middle but that might be a trick of the water.

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    Oh my god. I was trying to get a reference that this is what it looks like when you grow it in its own pond, but it seems that 3SAI and 4SAI summer in a mud pond.
    https://youtu.be/6n0G3WWGXhE

    what breeder was it?
    The breeder was in DAINICHI and he was in the auction of TOSAI.

    You can read more about why they are sold on TOSAI in 【the Future grand champion of all Japan?】 thread.
    The important thing is the waist line and the tail tube. You can read it if you like.

    He is also one of the type of hobbyists I would like to introduce to you, not particularly rich, but enthusiastic and with remarkable results.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0T...8p-ttnNWA/featured
    If you have any questions about any of these videos, why don't you ask them directly in the comments?
    The translation from English to Japanese on DeepL seems to work well too. I sincerely believe that there should be a lot of this kind of exchange! o(/*ī∀`)

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    The latest post from this person.
    https://youtu.be/3Wmf8SUO3Ps

    Here's a look at TOSAI (AKE-2SAI), which was kept in heated conditions during the winter.
    It's a very small tank, but it seems to be growing efficiently.
    It's about the size of a professional breeder's jumbo TOSAI, so we can probably identify the sexes.

    Three months ago, in January.
    https://youtu.be/fphOwceZlns

    ※You can see that KINSHOWA has grown quite a bit in just three short months!(((゜Д゜;)))

    In the end, I think it's a fundamental difference in the way we work. He's a Japanese hobbyist, so I'm sure he doesn't have a test kit in his hands and examine it as often as you do. The important thing is to be able to reach this kind of condition by daily fine tuning.
    https://mag.toyota.co.uk/kaizen-toyo...uction-system/
    How much to feed and how often to clean the filter tank. If you can learn to do this, you will be able to keep your fish in such a shiny pond water condition. Once this virtuous cycle of aerobic bacteria has been achieved, the mucous membranes of the KOI will increase and growth will improve.

    ※This is a case of heating during the winter months, so the assumptions are the same as in the UK, right?
    〇。(ī∀`*))゜+
    Last edited by Naoki Atsumi; 10-04-2021 at 03:52 AM.

 

 

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