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Old 01-23-2014, 01:36 PM   #1
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Nube strarting out with a Solona 34 gal aio

I have a 34 Solona AIO tank with the stock skimmer,about 35lbs of live rock,used DR.tIMS NITRIFYING BACTERIA,Jaboawp 25,hydor smart level control ATO, 30lbs of live sand,Bulk reef supply 4 stage rodi system and i use salerfirt test kits. I am 2 days into cycling.

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