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Old 04-01-2009, 06:30 PM   #11
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nitrogen cycle sounds like it fits.

I know under my sand there is a lot of bubbles forming.
I didn't know if the bacteria on the rock would do the same, if so then that is probably what it is.
How long does that cycle last and what is it actually doing?
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Ok, my bad. I know what that cycle is.
I have passed that cycle already.
Ammonia. 0
Nitrite. 0
Nitrate. 5
Phosphate. 0
Ph. 8.2
Temp. 79
Calcium. 420

I tried to get some pics but camera sucks.
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Yep, the bacteria on your rock and sand are the same....
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could be calcium level a little high precipitating.
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