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Old 02-08-2010, 10:26 AM   #11
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Macro in the DT will most likely be eaten. You want to keep it in the fuge or sump. When I need to prune it I add it to teh DT for my herbivores to snak on.
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The Macros I have bought are usually not liked by fish
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Phosphates are down to 0 after 2 25g water changes with RO/DI. Love this thing!!!!!!!!!
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Phosphates are still 0
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Nice! RODI is awesome!
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For washing my frozen cube food. I use a tea strainer ball that you can buy at wal-mart(the evil empire), it has a really fine mesh and comes in under the $5 mark.
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