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Old 03-31-2004, 03:15 AM   #11
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imo i would just get 2-3 pounds of live rock and cycle it that way...that's what i did to my tank. i waited a month and a half to put anything in the tank to be on the safe side cause i didn't buya testing kit(i still haven't bought one). the only thing i go by is my hydrometer. but that's just me. i dont have a lot of money to invest in my tank but i keep an eye out for stranger behavior and stuff. my fish seem to be happy and that is what really matters to me
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