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Old 11-19-2003, 11:31 PM   #1
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Best substrate in a sump with caulerpa?

I was just wondering what the best substrate would be in a sump with caulerpa. I want to really get the natural filtration working and not really on mechanical filtration as much. What else other than a refuge in my sump can I do to get a lot of natural filtration?


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LR and LS will give you the best biological filtration.
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caulerpa, substrate, sump

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