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Old 06-21-2015, 05:58 PM   #11
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You will still be able to put Fiji or even Pukani rock directly into a display... While there is some POTENTIAL room for dead organisms there would not be a shock to the bio-load but a possible phosphate increase. Perform a big water change after placing or run GFO. I wouldn't be worried about adding small amount of this rock to the established system. Does not hurt to dip in circulation water for a night though. Most of the organisms have been stripped completely..
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