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Old 03-18-2009, 09:49 AM   #11
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The thing that really gets me about that "article" is that it states:

"After initial dosing you will be able to safely add one medium-sized fish per gallon."

Safely? Really? I feel sorry for the 55 medium-sized fish in some poor schmuck's 55g! When I see stuff like this written, it just casts a bad light on all the rest of the "recommendations" that are in the catalog.
Hey I have a 55G... So..... Are you saying I am a Schmuck for having a 55 G HUH????.... LOL...
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HMMM I am going to have to reconsider things.
By those numbers I am vastly understocked on all of my tanks.
I have been going about this all wrong
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HMMM I am going to have to reconsider things.
By those numbers I am vastly understocked on all of my tanks.
I have been going about this all wrong
You have SW or FW?
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FW but aren't these numbers in the mentioned article universal?
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I just went out and bought those dream fishes that were always to big for my tank. Some eels, sea basses and a few tangs to go. Wow, I'm glad I read that Fosters articule.
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FW but aren't these numbers in the mentioned article universal?
Yes they are.
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