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  1. jonathan11

    jonathan11 Lifetime Charter Member
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    Ah, what a charming subject!! Okay, is there any sort of, ahem, stuff, other than mulm, that can be used to kick start the substrate biological process? :gw :D :D
     
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    Re: Mulm's the word

    Walter,
    The thin underlayment of Schultz's Canadian peat moss will help ( I got some
    too, today). Bat guano would be nice, if you can find it....I'm kiddin' :rolleyes:

    Mulm is best, though...

    Bill
     
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    Re: Mulm

    Ah, bat guano. I must have some in my attic, I'm sure!!!! Thanks Bill!

    Walter :gw :D :D
     
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    Re: Mulm

    Bio Spira.

    http://www.marineland.com/science/nspira.asp

    This is incredible stuff. You can almost immediately add fish to your aquarium...in fact, you can.

    This stuff will basically give you and instant, in place bio filter.

    Good luck!
     
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