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Old 01-09-2007, 05:18 PM   #11
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The clean up crew will get some of it. Have you tried one of those veggie clips, just remove the clip and toss what they didn't eat. I think fresh seafood is probably better than frozen, as there probably aren't as many phosphates in it as there are in frozen.
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Old 01-09-2007, 05:22 PM   #12
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Yeah I use one of those veggie clips. they tend to eat it all within 24 hours.
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Yea.I will get a veggi clip or two with my next on line purchase.Thanks agian everyone for all the advise.It`s comforting to know your not alone.With all the money one puts out in this wonderful hobby one could be discouraged very quickly,with out this kind of support system.Thanks agian.My problem will just take some time to cure,and thats part of the lure of this.If everything went perfict then there would be no challange and no reward.
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You can get those at your lfs for about two dollars apiece.
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