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Old 11-04-2012, 10:48 AM   #21
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Ya I definitely will just waiting for it to really mature. It starts growing a ton after a couple days. Not to hijack or anything but should I be scraping both sides or just one? And when I scrape it seems that all the algae comes off and not anything is left in the squares..... Sooo one side at a time??? that would make more sense to me..,,,, any advice?
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