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Old 06-08-2011, 10:43 PM   #1
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its got some coral and everything on it im not prepared for them what should I do dont want to lose them help! when them tank clears I will shoot pics. rock is cured tank is still up he lives 7 minutes away
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Is it uncured? If so you're gonna have to cure it in a trash can with a powerhead and heater for a month or so.
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his post said it was cured if he lives close by you shouldnt experience much die off
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Not sure if it's edited or I just missed it :P. Has your cycle completely finished? If not I'd see if he could house the LR that has corals on it for a little while longer.
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It hasn't cycled yet. I'd definately take those back for awhile longer.
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He said it's cured.
What types of corals are on the rock?
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how much rock do you currently have? i don't know if you still only have the single piece, if you do just add this stuff in and take the shrimp out. the bacteria will eventually spread to the rest of the tank and just keep addign dry base rock rather then live rock, unless the liverock is in saltwater during transportation
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