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Re: Why is list partcipation waning (and Cycling)
- To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: Why is list partcipation waning (and Cycling)
- From: beaker <pweifan at yahoo_com>
- Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2003 08:52:09 -0700 (PDT)
- In-reply-to: <200308290932.h7T9WoKr027377@otter.actwin.com>
Robert H made the observation:
>Now is it just me, or does it seem like the participation on this
>list is the lowest its been in three years? And if Scott and Tom
>stopped posting, there would be half as many messages again!
If I may add a theory...with so many viri/worms floating around right
now (I've seen list members posting several the past weeks) people are
(1) infected and can't do much on the internet
(2) not infected but a bit gun-shy
It doesn't acount for everyone, but it might explain some of the
And to bring this post back into topic again. I'm about to set up my
75/80 gallon (I swear I've seen it advertised as both, I think
mathematics told me it was about 78 gallons) again. I do intend to
move mulm from another tank as well as using a filter I've been running
on the other tank as well. Add the fact that I've got a lot of plants
to spread around, including some fast-growing stems. It sounds like I
shouldn't be too concerned.
Can I ask one question though: When should I add a sizable fish load:
right away or gradually? I've always done it gradually, but that was
when I was actually cycling the tank.
Scott aka beaker
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