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Old 09-18-2008, 12:29 PM   #11
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Hey thanks for the replies. I have done everything people has told me read as many books as possible "learned even well noted theory in books and info from others more conflicting. For the first month of my aquarium nitrates was always in the red did water changes ect. Final bought cycle and it worked. But fish species still kickin the bucket. Also i thought by lowering nitrates in tank would take care of brown algae bloom. Nitrates almost 0 algae still growing. I dont overfeed only have 1 fish that survived a humbug damsel and 4 crabs and 3 live rocks. People are telling me water changes and vacuming "vacuming every three days" the aero bacteria would also help nada i've done everything eccept have a priest come bless it ^.^
also thought if calcium was high enough would kill it, it hasnt if i were in a bigger city with lots of ppl that has saltwater aquariums and better pet stores might be better, i wanted to do a reef tank cause i have never seen the ocean for myself, and that a reef tank isnt the real deal but as close as i'm ever gonna get. I loved it till i had an all systems crash we have a petco here and let me tell you all they are as usless as tits on a boar hog :southern expression" so come one and all give me some options i really want to get this going soon reason why i want to do this is in fact i'm dying and this is as close as i'll get to the ocean. I look forward to hearing any theory proven or not. Thanks again kerry
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Good news im in remission
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is it possible to have a reef tank with out argonite rock and live sand
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Good luck with your tank--you can get to the ocean--don't all pipes/drains lead to the ocean? (My Finding Nemo reference is probably not accurate).
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