dead base rock

Discussion in 'New to Reefing' started by ReefWannabe, Jan 6, 2006.

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    ReefWannabe

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    Ok so i found some dead base rock to start with, and ill do what John said in the chat. So start with dead base and seed it with quality live. it says this stuff is made of calcium carbonate??? Is this ok?
     
    ReefWannabe, Jan 6, 2006
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    good idea and you will save some bucks to.If did not get the stuff yet and need to order it try HIROCKs.John may have already given that info to you.Also he always seem to be on the money with his help.
     
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    Calcium Carbonate is what corals make there skeletons froms........

    Its a good thing in reef tanks...
     
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    ReefWannabe

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    Well as alwyas, my plans change. Im selling my other honda :grumble: BUT im getting 3grand for it, so i dont mind. Ill be getting LR now from pounder13 anyways lol.
     
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    Glad to hear you connected with pounder13. keep us posted and pics when you are able. good luck on your project.
     
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