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Old 03-29-2004, 09:14 PM   #1
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stocking fugs

Well i got my hob fug up and running with an 18 watt pc and about 12 pounds of fine ls for a dsb. Should I add any critters or let it sit for a while? Also, I am still battling a hair alge outbreak , so should i take a small piece of lr with alge on it and put it in the fug or just let nature take its course. I am interested in getting some macro or possible a few strands of caluerpra but still havent made up my mind yet so any comments would be helpful ! thanks guys
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If you tank is cycled your good to stock your fuge. Keep in mind that a fuge will not help your hair algae problem until you put macro in it. The macro are necessary to outcompete the hair algae.
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thanks for the help, is there any sites online that sell macro or can you point me in the right direction as to a good one to get? thanks
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Try and find some fellow reef keepers or a local club. Most people throw it away by the large handful. I would hate to see you spend money on it.
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