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Re: [APD] Re:method/substrate/water column dosing
Water changes a drag? Get a hose with a large diameter and
a real pump. Cuts the time twofold, threfold, fourfold.
--- Andrew McLeod <thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk>
> On Mon, 22 Dec 2003 07:15:13 -0800 (PST), S. Hieber
> <shieber at yahoo_com>
> > Few people post about methods on APD. Many folks post
> > questions and and many with answers to those questions.
> > few actually post about methods.
> > In the last few years, Tom has posted more about
> > and about more methods than anyone else.
> > So I don't understand why long time APDers are
> > on Tom's recent posts as if he preached a single
> > Scott H.
> > =====
> > S. Hieber
> Is it really a method anyway, or is it a theory, which
> explains why some
> methods work and others do not, and thus allows us to
> come up with more
> Tom Barr's Theory of Ferts.
> Hey, I've just come up with the title for the (we would
> all like to be
> impending) book!
> One other thing - 50% water changes can take much longer
> than 25% water
> changes if you use buckets and don't have enough (if you
> take 2 hours to
> warm say 25 gallons of water to the right temperature,
> then it's going to
> take all day to do it twice). But using this new cunning
> theory, somebody
> could find a method that needs less water changes - or
> more likely
> identifies an existing method that works and explains
> why. But that's just
> me cowering from the price of Python's - over £27 for a
> 25ft one!
> Andrew McLeod
> thefish at theabyssalplain_freeserve.co.uk
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