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Old 07-18-2011, 02:37 PM   #11
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Right I completely agree but I still thought it could be cool to do in a basic tank and see what you get
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Right I completely agree but I still thought it could be cool to do in a basic tank and see what you get
I could see that. Kinda like a kids project or something.
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I've read mixed reviews , they're are ( from what I've read ) three distributors . Some people says it's ugly and does nothing while others say it adds lots of pods and worms / creatures . Google it and see what you get . There's also YouTube videos on it .
a can of mud that sits on a shelf in the LFS for who knows how long has nothing live in it- trust me. the idea is, the creatures that you already have, will like to reproduce in the mud more than any other substrate. it's not true though. you see U tube videos of what? 2 identical tanks, one with mud and one without, and someone documenting that pods are growing in the empty tank that has the mud (and no live rock or sand)?

people that are telling you the mud is doing wonders either are selling it, or don't know any better.
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