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PostPosted: Mar 9th, '08, 16:18 
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You could have a small flow running to the filter with an inline tap and only run it when nitrates are high. It would always be covered in water.


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doing the research, fantastic. If u set up 3 different rsgs with taps above, u could isolate each one and work out which removes the nitrates best. A good assignment 4 the kids.


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small problem, the RSG's are bacterial units. I'd be very surprised if they could last long periods with out food AKA nitrates. Much the same as nitrifying bactera.

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