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|Subject: so i was thinkin. Sun Jun 17, 2012 6:20 am|| |
i know i could hurt my self doing this... anyways
i was reading about some one taking old tank water and puttin it in a small aquarium with big rocks in it. putting this all in a window in order to grow algae on the rocks...
if i were to have a pond.... could i rotate the pond rocks into my aquarium for a food source? or is this too risky for diseases and such ?
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|Subject: Re: so i was thinkin. Sun Jun 17, 2012 10:07 am|| |
i have a bucket that has water in it outside that i throw rocks through to get some algae growing on them. trick is to change the water often so it doesnt go green and block out all the light for the rock
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