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Old 02-02-2006, 09:06 PM   #11
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Depending where you are at in the cycle but yes it go longer. Hey hack how big is your tank? If its big enough you might not notice.
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its 55g i already had 80 lbs or so
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You might not notice or maybe a mini spike
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just updating its been in there for 2 days and everything is still running zero except nitrates before they where 1 or 2 now their up around 10 or so
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checked again today and everything is still zero except nitrates which are around 5 or so, am i correct in assuming that if i was going to experience a spike it would have happend by now?
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Correct. I would think you would have seen an increase in NH3 by now.
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