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A Chalice in need of a little HELP


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    Default A Chalice in need of a little HELP

    It is a little rough around the edges,
    But, I think it has potential.

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    100 3364 - A Chalice in need of a little HELP

    It looked a lot better last week,
    I should have picked it up last week.

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    I see a whole lot of potential!

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    Low flow , medium light and feeding should bring it back.

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