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Old 01-03-2007, 12:33 AM   #1
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Happy!

I just had to gush... I finally found somewhere to get my ferts from! Wahoooo!! Anyone in Australia looking for dry ferts, a company called Simplegrow based in Sydney is a hydroponic fertiliser supplier (http://www.simplegrow.com.au/). They have all the chemicals you could want, and are ridiculously easy to deal with and wonderfully cheap. I got 1.5kg of fert shipped to me for $40. *dies*

Anyway, that was all. My tanks are doing wonderfully, especially now my SAEs have eaten all my staghorn, and things are starting to settle into routine

EDIT: Oh, also, check out my sexy new test kit holder. We found this black CD holder for about $10, took out most of the CD slips, but left some in and I am using them as test-strip displayers to protect the cards. Brilliant!
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Old 01-03-2007, 12:51 AM   #2
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Sexy indeed!

I have been looking for a solution to hold my test equipment, this gives me an idea.
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Nice. Great find for all of you down under!
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And, while I'm at it, here are some pics of my loaches today at feeding time. They're still crappy shots, but the best I've got so far of these zippy little guys. The closeup, blinded-by-the-flash one has been greyed out like that since I got him. I can only imagine he's more sensitive to the teeny spike that is happening since adding them before Christmas. They all behave fine, though (and have finally started eating everything in sight), so I'm keeping up on the pwcs and not worrying too much.

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Thank you very much for the link, i have been looking for a source of dry ferts.
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I just wanted to say thanks zenkatydid. It's nice to see someone sharing information that will help someone else.
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