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Old 02-09-2005, 08:40 AM   #1
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live rock rubble vs crushed coral

sorry for the ignorance, but what is the difference. could i use crushed coral in my wet dry? i would imagine it would have to be cured, but once it is cured and holds bacteria, could it then be considered live rock rubble?

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Live rock rubble would already contain the beneficial bacteria needed for denitrification and proving a good area for the process to take place.
Much better option for a wet/dry.
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