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Old 06-25-2009, 09:29 PM   #11
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I like mine, it is super porous, plenty of room for the bacteria. I have noticed with that, you can find a lot of dead critters and should not be added to an established tank in large quantities (unless you cure it or at least clean off as much of the dead critters as possible).
My tank is a fresh start up, much like making soup I'm throwing in everything including the kitchen sink. LOL
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Sweet, you should be good to go!
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Thanks for the info and sorry for the thread hijack. We have a 100G frag tank and 50 and 125 reefs in the works so I've definitely taken note of the positive reports since we'll be needing quite a bit of rock.

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Thanks for the info and sorry for the thread hijack. We have a 100G frag tank and 50 and 125 reefs in the works so I've definitely taken note of the positive reports since we'll be needing quite a bit of rock.

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No problem, that stuff can get very expensive quickly especially up here in NY. I would love to take the credit but we must give it to captainAhab he hooked me up with the link in another thread.
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