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Live Chat Probiotic Reefing 12-06-09


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    Default Live Chat Probiotic Reefing 12-06-09

    Live chat at 9pm tonight. The subject is probiotic reefing.
    Last edited by schminksbro; 12-06-2009 at 07:07 PM.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    Before we start a little info on live chat:

    Live Topic seems to work better if you set your user options to display more posts per page. To best use this forum technology, set your user options to allow you to view the maximum posts per page (40). Go to UserCP-->UserControl Panel Menu-->Edit Options-->Thread Viewing Options-->set to 40.

    To get in on the conversation, you should use the quick reply option at the bottom of the thread. The posts will stream as we go. Occasionally, you may still need to manually refresh your page view to catch up in the conversation. Live Topic Reef Chat will automatically update the thread as if it were a live chat as people reply to the topic.

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    Ok, is there anyone here who is currently running a probiotic system?

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    i need to know what it is

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    I am running the Brightwell system
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    It is a system of filtration that relies on bacteria to process nutrients in the tank and then be skimmed off. It also diversifies the bacterial population in the tank
    anacroporamademepoora
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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    What the heck are we talking about. I'm a newbie!

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    Probiotics is the technique of driving bacteria through the addition of a carbon source.
    The bacteria then consume nutrients and are skimmed out.

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    whitetiger61 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    me too Jim

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    So Vodka????

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