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Old March 2nd 11, 05:52 PM
johnnreetz johnnreetz is offline
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The focus will not change. It is easier to deal with algae using this method than herbicides. Tank look better and so, if you have a lot of tanks, no time, etc., etc., to non-carbon dioxide method, half the people who had no method, and then complain that it does not work.
Old July 1st 11, 07:26 PM
rioncapsi rioncapsi is offline
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Prune 1/3 to 1/2 the catchbasin well, advertise the plants, yield off any adulterated leaves. Remove any detritus, asleep leaves etc. Then do the old 50% baptize changes and dosing the nutrients aback again. Then next anniversary accomplishment off the other half.

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