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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V6 #140

In a message dated 4/29/2003 10:45:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:

> Anyhow, I'll be interested in hearing your observations, Jerry.  And if it 
> doesn't work to your satisfaction, send it back before 180 days are up (you 
> did know about the money back guarantee, right?).  Or keep it anyway -- it 
> might be good for Granny's rheumatism. ;)
> - --
> Chuck Huffine
> Knoxville, Tennessee
> where a quake, 4.9 on the Richter scale, rattled the house around 5am this 
> morning.  That's quite a bit o' shakin' in these parts

  Thanks Chuck,
 Your thoughts are good ones. My planted 55 gallon is in decent shape for the 
novice that I am. I do keep about 30 tanks but, most of them are bare bottom 
breeder style setups. I started breeding for a few years before I decided to 
take on the challenge of the properly maintained planted tank. I never had to 
check for N-P-K or Co2 levels or even KH. I have a multi function meter I use 
for my breeding tanks and I make my own RO/DI water. It has become easy. The 
planted tank take a little more care and thought but, I am enjoying starting 
to understand it. I kind of get a kick out of people asking me if my plants 
are real or fake. I guess that means I'm doing okay. Now it's a matter of my 
landscaping skill. Placing the plants in the right places. If this thing 
works or not it won't be a big loose. It was only 59.00 and yes you can 
return it within 180 days if not satisfied. Thanks for the vote of 
confidence. I will keep records of before and after and see how it goes. Take 
care and good night

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