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Old 06-15-2005, 12:49 AM   #1
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Acclimating Plants

Question for those who have fuges, do you acclimate you plants or do you just toss them in. It was just a wierd thought I had and I never really read anything about it.
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Good question. I've never really heard or read anything about it. Where I work, we just put them right in after floating. Temp acclimation should be practiced on anything that's alive...except live rock. That don't float
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just toss them in....
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yeah, as long as your salinity is in a good range, the difference from the water it came it won't matter. plants are alive, but very different from animals in terms of acclimation.
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I just tossed my chaeto in and it's doing great.
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