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Old 12-27-2013, 04:46 PM   #11
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I am curently in the process of curing the rock in my basement. It is fairly clean rock (or so it seems) so, hopefully it will not take forever.
So, if I wait and set up the tank with my new cured rock, and most of my exisiting rock in my tank, with new sand (seeded with my current sand), would I be ok to move my fish and corals over right away, or should I wait and let it cycle first? I am hoping if I go that route, the cycle would be minimal, as I would be using most of my cured established rock.
I guess Im just not sure about that awkard interrim time and the health and safety of my livestock.

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