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Old 09-07-2012
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That's a very good point. I've noticed the 3mm pellets that don't don't get eaten pile up in the low flow areas of the tank. I've cut back on the feeding a bit to avoid this, but as a result there may be fish missing out on food.
yep its true i used to feed bigger sizes and i had to do more maintenance on the filters. i just feed alot of 1mm to my trophs, people with petros need to feed bigger mm because of their sizes
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