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Old 02-13-2011, 09:58 AM   #551
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Wouldn't having the tank in front of a window heat up the tank and help algae grow
Kinda twisting the knife there, haha. He knows, a few people have already mentioned it.
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Old 02-13-2011, 10:00 AM   #552
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Sorry didn't read all thirty pages I'll check next time
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Well it has been 1 heck of a rollercoaster for him, but he's pushing through.
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All I can say is awesome! I just finished reading your thread (it took me three days to finish lol). Good luck with everything, I will be following along.

Since you have decided against a protein skimmer, have your considered building an algae turf scrubber? With a tank that large the nitrate removal of an algae scrubber would help alot imo.
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All I can say is awesome! I just finished reading your thread (it took me three days to finish lol). Good luck with everything, I will be following along.

Since you have decided against a protein skimmer, have your considered building an algae turf scrubber? With a tank that large the nitrate removal of an algae scrubber would help alot imo.
Thanks, glad to have you tagging along for the ride...
I'm not sure if you saw my 1 week cycle but I have no nitrate problems... so no I don't plan on implementing an algae scrubber.
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Thanks, glad to have you tagging along for the ride...
I'm not sure if you saw my 1 week cycle but I have no nitrate problems... so no I don't plan on implementing an algae scrubber.
I was referring more to when you have tons of fish in there (down the road sometime)
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I was referring more to when you have tons of fish in there (down the road sometime)
I believe that my system will have no trouble with nitrates even lacking a skimmer or algae scrubber.
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