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Tidal/Surge tank setup

DWhatley

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My best guess is, If it is much like glass, even with the gas holes, it is not likely to culture bacteria well. It would be interesting to see if it works the opposite and actually stays clean in a marine environment, something that would be welcomed for some FOWLER tanks but I am not sure what out-gassing tests could be made to be sure it was not poisoning the water.
 


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Well if he ever gets some of this rock in stock before winter sets in over there in Colorado I'll definitely order some and see how well it sustains basic damsel fish. How could I test the water for toxic gases?
 

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