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Old 05-17-2007, 08:36 PM   #1
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45 Lb of LR in a 20g H

Yep I did it I recieved my Lr from Dr foster and Smith today and I squese it in my 20 g I have probably no place left for a fisch but it looks awsome


As soon as it clears up a little I'm gone send some pictures

P.s. Can you tell that I'm happy
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Old 05-17-2007, 08:58 PM   #2
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You should be happy. That is some good LR. Are you cycling your tank and curing your LR at the same time? I think that will be a good idea. Cant wait for those pics
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is there any water in the tank?
I'm glad your happy but there is such a thing as over kill.
Can't wait to see the pic....
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Yes I'm cycling and curing at the same time
I now that qaurintine is the way to go but what about the cleaning crew after my cycle is done ???

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You should not have to QT your cleaning crew.
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Can't wait for pics!
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I agree, once there is no ammonia, nitrItes, do a PWC to reduce your nitrAtes, then you can add a small clean up crew. Remember to drip acclimate them slowly for 2+ hours so they will be used to your tank when you add them.
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