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Old 06-25-2009, 05:45 PM   #1
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Check out these rocks from Marcorocks.

Thanks for the link captainAhab. I think they're pretty cool.
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Sweet stuff... Now cure em and use em.

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Sweet stuff... Now cure em and use em.

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Already on it. Thanx again.
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Marco rocks is supposed to be pretty good stuff. I`ve heard several good reports.
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I have 3 50lbs boxes of the stuff!
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Marco rocks is supposed to be pretty good stuff. I`ve heard several good reports.
Concider this another good report.
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I have 3 50lbs boxes of the stuff!
Isn't it nice
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Really that good? I've seen a few good reports too, but always find myself being cynical. How much per 50# if I can ask? (Yea, lazy tonight or I'd search it).
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HN1, I paid $122.00 for 50lbs delivered.
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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).
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