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Old 04-22-2017, 3:30 PM   #301
outdrsyguy1 outdrsyguy1 is offline
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I'm keeping it in the 2-4 ppm range. The cyano is loving it lol. I still consider it new tank syndrome. I put 1,000 pounds of dry Marco rock in it, I'm sure the ugliest will last a little while. I waited a long time to turn on the lights which delayed the uglies.

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