Does my fish tank look healthy? I have a heater, filter and added some primer and bacteria supplement. The Tank I have is a 10 gallon tank?
Looks like a beginner's tank, small and not cycled. A healthy tank should have clear water with all parameter readings at 0 with the exception to nitrate. Test your tank water for ammonia, nitrite and nitrate and come back and tell us the result, then we can tell you if your tank is healthy or not.
No, an uncycled tank is not healthy. It takes 6 weeks for the biology to become established. Edit: "tested the water before I had fish and they said it was good but I needed to add some good bacteria. And I let my tank sit for sometime I didn’t just add fish the next day when I set it up." 1. There's literally no reason to test a new tank before fish go in. 2. Bacterial additives may help, may not; either way,,,, 3. Six weeks is usually required to be sure. 4. Why do people say this and never say how long,?..."let my tank sit for sometime" 5. It is fine in my opinion, to cycle with fish, but don't pretend your tank is healthy for weeks, maybe six weeks.