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Old 05-03-2007, 11:45 AM   #11
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Agree with roka64... no need to add it. Shoot... I've done 50%+ water changes on my quarantine tank (no fish in it at the time) and it never bothered the biological filter.
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Wow could have sworn that it was in the water all this time.
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If it makes you feel any better, I just added about 20-30 gallons of premixed water last night, after the cat chewed through another output tube from my filter. I have fish and inverts in there.

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Wow could have sworn that it was in the water all this time.
There probably is a very small amount of the bacteria, just moving from one place to another, but not enough to amount to anything.
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I agree that there is very little in the water if any. Sand and LR is where most or it is.
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