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Old 03-30-2007, 11:19 PM   #11
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Can I just save 50-60% of the water in it, and then put the rest new SW when it gets to the new place?
That should not be too much of an issue. Just be sure the new water is as close to PH, temp, and SG as possible. Watch for possible ammonia and/or nitrite spikes after the move.
is there any way my LR will just live in buckets of SW in storage (or do they have to be at a consistant temp)? a
They would need to be kept at a decent temperature as well as have some water movement to prevent PH from dropping too much.
My sister was alone during her pregnancy, my brother in-law is in the military. I can't imagine having to find a new place w/ everything else going on...Best of luck, hang in there. Sounds like it's time to send out the AA.com moving crew lol.

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