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Old 08-08-2014, 05:18 PM   #11
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Ah, because I have like 100 pounds of liverock in there right now and the cycle started yesterday. So I'm cycling for a month or so, then slowly transfereing my fish and coral onto the rock thats in there. Then, when the old tank is empty other than the rock, I will kill the algea on the old rock before putting it in. I can't transfer it over now, its covered in coral that can't move over. i want this old rock CLEAN. Like not one stupid hair of algae moving to the new pristine tank...

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Oh I see, got alot more working for you than I knew thanks and Good luck

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