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Old 12-30-2003, 08:03 PM   #11
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Now that makes sense to me, Enki. Good post.
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Good post Enki.

On the other side, think of your corals too. If you only do one large water change per month that means that for the next 30 days or so they will be exposed to increasing organics and neighboring coral allelopathy. Such buildups and changes in water chemistry are not good for our invertebrate friends either!
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