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Old 07-28-2015
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Nice looking group you picked up there. They look very healthy.
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Nice looking group you picked up there. They look very healthy.
Thanks J, my new favorite group
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Nice looking group. What's the white block you have in there if you dont mind me asking? Saw it in one of your other videos as well.
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Nice looking group. What's the white block you have in there if you dont mind me asking? Saw it in one of your other videos as well.
Thanks Ms1tx, it's a MarinePure block of sintered glass...but the 8X8X4 block takes 5 months to develop anaerobic bacteria in its center that eats nitrates. At $60 not worth it, but it was a good experiement.
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