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Old 08-09-2009, 12:00 AM   #11
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Roka and HN1 hit the nail on the head. Very little rock will be added and be sure that you clean, rinse and rerinse your rock.linksyz are also correct as to the curing of uncured rock. The only way to be sure your rock is cured is to test for ammonia and nitrites. The only thing going against you is that you have a very small tank and any little change is a big change.
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