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Old March 21st 11, 05:52 PM
karltonjolly karltonjolly is offline
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Nitrogen cycle is a natural way to handle leftover food and animal waste generated (such as fish). This is caused by bacteria and become established in the tank when the food supply. No fish means no bacteria are usually always be established.
Old July 5th 11, 01:16 AM
chrisyohana chrisyohana is offline
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he catchbasin is angry over at atomic 40 times per hour according to the guy I bought it from due to the humongous dual pumps aswell active evidently to the system. The sump for this affair has a capacity of 250 gallons and is beneath the catchbasin in the abject of the stand.

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