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    From 48 To 180 In 3.0 Seconds Flat

    Looks to me that all that's missing is a castle <wink>
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    Some Of My Aquarium And Fish Photos.

    LOVE the wood in the tank....the roots are awsome!!!
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    Yes, I agree.  I never tested the water while waiting for the power to be restored.  I did test after when I had the cloudy water and there was no indication of a spike.  I did the water changes, and took the Fluval apart and rinsed the foam filters.  It's doing great now and I'm very happy with...
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    I got My origionals from "aquariumplants.com".  They arrived healthy and intact within 7 - 10 business days but also with snails.  I use "poor man dosing drops" (pmdd) at a rate of 20 every other day as fertilizer.  7 hours of light a day on 2 timers...6500 watts (two bulbs) from coralife.  I...
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    Thanks! Vallisneria Corkscrew (grass looking stuff)
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    Here is the same tank with plants on February 1, 2013.  Since hurricane I've plumbed in a CO2 reactor (under the tank) and that has improved the CO2 injection and the PH is staying at a constant 6.8.  The tall plants in back are Aponogeton, crispus and have flowered 5 or 6 times since November. ...
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    They survived just fine.  However the cold killed all the bacteria (I think)  Got VERY cloudy water and a severe case of "beard algae"  Several water changes seems to have calmed things down.
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    My 50 Gal Hex Before Hurricane Sandy

    Hello E/everyone. This was My 50 gallon Hex "prior" to hurricane Sandy hitting the East coast. I'm in Eastern PA and we lost power here for a week. It got cold (including the tank) 59 degrees at its coldest before I was able to aim a propane space heater at the tank, warming it back up to...
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