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flameangel flameangel
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  • Posted on: 2/9/2006 18:32
Re: live rock #31
Looks good to me! Wow - never heard of it before.

For others - the web link is also a good reference for live rock information as well
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Re: live rock #32
yes it is a good source isnt it .some good info on there
flameangel flameangel
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Re: live rock #33
Well, you could be our first guineapig for the "DIY Rock". You could then be on here to advise others on your experience with it...
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Re: live rock #34
i need more info on it i need to know if it acts in the same way as live rock and help reduce nitrate etc . i hate web sites with no phone numbers, i like to talk to people i think that way you get more questions answered
burkey burkey
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  • Posted on: 9/9/2006 10:21
Re: live rock #35
ive seen it before and no its not a replacement for llive rock more of a decorative piece as it isnt that pourous.
dazza dazza
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Re: live rock #36
hi i have been reading this artical with great interest and was wondering if any one had used it .i have been to the web site and they say it has twice the bio-filter action than that off live rock which would tell me its twice as pourous. and if this is so at about a quarter of the price it would save me a complete fortune and anyone else starting out as well.
dazza
flameangel flameangel
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Re: live rock #37
No I haven't used it but agree it could be the cheaper answer. I don't know anyone who has used it either I'm afraid?
Lets hope we get readers on here who know somethig more about it and can let us all know what it really does
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  • Posted on: 10/9/2006 18:49
Re: live rock #38
if it works as they say it does then it'd be a brill substitute for live rock (or about half of it as you'd need some to start this fake stuff off with)
There are no experts, mearly beginners who know more than others.

Support your LFS, online sites won't stay open 5 mins extra for you
dazza dazza
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Re: live rock #39
yeah i agree with that .it might even encourage more people to start marine live rock being the major cost in a marine set up.
dazza