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Re: Filter suggestion for My tank

Postby aquaamal » Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:28 am

First of all I like to inform you that I am not a leader. I just wanted to share my experiences. After using all the standard conventional filters I was frustrated. Finally I got it fro web and implemented successfully. Finally I have no problem of water quality, no algae growing in the display tank and best part of it is that the fishes are very happy. I have observed that algae scrubber is not removing food and thus leaving good thing. May be my thinking is wrong. But I will be more happy if you analyse the technical thing which I might have missed. Lastly I want to say that I have no intention to promote or sell anything because I am not a business professional, simply hobbyist.I am providing you the site from where I got the ideas. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algae_scrubber. U can very well rectify me with my ideas which I have learnt from site.
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Re: Filter suggestion for My tank

Postby bappa » Sun Aug 16, 2015 2:24 pm

@aquaamal
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