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Old 10-20-2003, 09:31 PM   #1
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okay im getting 36 lbs of rock tom from etropics.com i also have liek 30 lbs of cured fiji when i put the rock in what should i do should i chaneg the water leave the light on or off or what?

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I would cure the new rock in a seperate container, like a rubbermaid tub or rubbermade garbage can (bought new for fish tank use only) and follow the article on curing rock in the articles section.

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