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Old 08-06-2009, 07:58 AM   #11
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Yeah Rod's is Like McDonald's
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Some Pieces of Dry LR I got from BRS today

I was really happy about the shelve piece I got

and this Large piece with caves
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I have tank envy!!!

Lovely tank. Thanks for sharing.
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Same here, that tank is worlds of amazingness. Btw, whats the difference between live rock, and dry live rock?
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dry rock isn't live,its usually called base rock. live rock is populated with creatures and nullifying bacteria
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Ok thanks for that!
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dry rock isn't live,its usually called base rock. live rock is populated with creatures and nullifying bacteria
+1 Agree dry rock is just base rock as mention. Once you established your systems cycle it will create the Neutrafying bacteria. As in my case I need to cycle it first before putting it in my system which would take a few weeks. Hopefully less if I add a Piece of LR in it to seed.
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Alright took some reading for cycling today almost 24hrs and it is amazing how much dead waste is on these rock.

Ammonia 4.0PPM
Nitrate 40PPM
Nitrite 5.0PPM

So just in case anyone is wanting to buy any DRY LR from BRS you will have to cycle it and Cure it for sure.
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Your tank is looking great even better then the last one.
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Your tank is looking great even better then the last one.
Thanks Brut.... Still a Work in progress this hobby never get old...
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