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Old 06-01-2012, 05:48 PM   #21
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Ok I'll have to register there when I get home to read it . Thanks
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Old 06-01-2012, 05:52 PM   #22
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Ok I'll have to register there when I get home to read it . Thanks
Yep no problem. Lots of great information available.
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Now I have a ? And is it ok to leave a Dsb alone in my refug and if not how do I clean it ....I have a couple narrcisis snails down there now
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If there is junk building up on the sandbed, I would just vacuum it up with some airline tubing. This will minimize disturbing the sand bed and get rid of the gunk that can produce nitrates.
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If there is junk building up on the sandbed, I would just vacuum it up with some airline tubing. This will minimize disturbing the sand bed and get rid of the gunk that can produce nitrates.
Cool thanks thts what I was thinking wanted to make sure the snails take care of it pretty now as it is
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