Discussion in 'Live Rock' started by szogun, Feb 24, 2004.
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The smell of the die off will go away once cured.
Don't just drop this into your tank!
[quote author=Nautilus link=board=General;num=1077664084;start=0#14 date=02/24/04 at 22:01:07]J do you have a photo of your light setup?[/quote]
This is my next project. I will be cutting noches into the hood. So that I can lower mt lights and get rid of the Goth chains and hooks. This is also a pic of my 72G that leaked I t look a little better now.
That is cool.
How do you like that ballast?
What is your cats name?
It's the Tar ballast but it has given me zero problems.
The Cat's name is Angus. He has cancer and is undergoing Kemo. He has been very responsive to his treatments a despite the costs involved it's well worth it to see him feeling so much better. He is my Wifes Cat. It was a stray that broke into her house and adopted her and has been with her for 13 years
Ok guys this is the 3rd day I'm curng my LR there is no trace of amonie in the water would it means its cured?
Wow ammonia levels went up the roof in my LR container My scale is not long enough according to it it has +8.0mg/L
bad bad bad rock
nope just curing its normal Thats why we don't throw 30 lbs into a stocked tank
so its going to be like new tank cycle?
First amonia than nitrite and nitrare?
yeppers thats the way goes did you put any in the tank? hope not Thats why rushing in this hobby is bad How long ago was it that the reading was zero less then 24 hours?
See I used the wrong test the other day it was probably high allready I dint put any in the tank luckly Now I will wait for the cycle
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