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Old 07-05-2013, 05:13 AM   #1
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Hi I've just brought a external canister filter and the little white stones that came with it should i mix the stones with my live rock or should I just put live rock in the filter ? Thanks
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You could do either. The ceramic beads shouldn't hurt anything and should give a good surface for bacteria but i'm not sure if it will contain the anoxic areas that lr will.
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You could do either. The ceramic beads shouldn't hurt anything and should give a good surface for bacteria but i'm not sure if it will contain the anoxic areas that lr will.
So I could use both at the same time
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