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Old 01-11-2013, 11:14 PM   #1
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Water Change Water?

So, what do all the SW keepers do with their water? Thank you!
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Flush it down the drain
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:44 PM   #3
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So, what do all the SW keepers do with their water? Thank you!
Whats up man!? Havent seen ya in awhile! Hope all is well good to see you

I take it out back and dump it into the drain. Figure it goes to the ocean anyways. I make sure i dont dump it in plants though..
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Whats up man!? Havent seen ya in awhile! Hope all is well good to see you

I take it out back and dump it into the drain. Figure it goes to the ocean anyways. I make sure i dont dump it in plants though..
I am well, how are you? I currently don't have any tanks right now, but am considering setting up one.
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I dump mine down the toilet.
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:27 AM   #6
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Since I change my reefs water once a week i use some of it to change my inverts tank water.
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dump it in veggie garden
my tomatoes last summer were huge
its like steroids for plants the nutrients are amazing
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I started off using it to murder a rhododendron I hated outside my house. With that mission accomplished, I throw it into the woods right behind my house. Helps keep the brush from creeping up since it is 3 feet from the back of my house.
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dump it in veggie garden
my tomatoes last summer were huge
its like steroids for plants the nutrients are amazing
Are you serious??? Man I have not been able to keep tomato plants for nothing...
I normally pour mine down the drain.
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Watering Tomato Plants With Diluted Seawater Boosts Levels Of Antioxidants
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