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How much gravel should I place into a 75 gallon tank? It will hold mostly
tiger barbs and cories. Thanx all.
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I use enough gravel to cover the bottom by about 1 1/2". It makes it easier
to vacuum the mulm and is less likely, in my opinion, to have "dead spots"
to develop deadly anaerobic gasses.
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Old 07-06-2006, 11:00 PM posted to rec.ponds
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Just like your have been told many many times before Carol, your
opinion is not worth 2 cents.

On Wed, 7 Jun 2006 15:59:13 -0500, "Koi-Lo" Reply to NG Only wrote:
*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.

"KZimmerman" wrote in message
news How much gravel should I place into a 75 gallon tank? It will hold mostly
tiger barbs and cories. Thanx all.
===========
I use enough gravel to cover the bottom by about 1 1/2". It makes it easier
to vacuum the mulm and is less likely, in my opinion, to have "dead spots"
to develop deadly anaerobic gasses.


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"Koi-Lo" aka ROY HAUER wrote in message
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Just like your have been told many many times before Carol, your
opinion is not worth 2 cents.



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Old 08-06-2006, 12:50 AM posted to rec.ponds
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"~Roy" aka Koi-Lo wrote in message
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Its b****ing asholes like you that keep the noise level going. Your
the first ****ing moron to snap today......you poor pityful
looser......


"Koi-Lo" Reply to NG Only wrote in message
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*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.

"KZimmerman" wrote in message
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How much gravel should I place into a 75 gallon tank? It will hold

mostly
tiger barbs and cories. Thanx all.

===========
I use enough gravel to cover the bottom by about 1 1/2". It makes it

easier
to vacuum the mulm and is less likely, in my opinion, to have "dead spots"
to develop deadly anaerobic gasses.
--
Koi-Lo....
Aquariums since 1952.
My Pond & Aquarium Pages:
http://tinyurl.com/9do58
All rude and/or obscene messages posted by my impersonator Roy.
~~~~ }((((* ~~~ }{{{{( ~~~~ }((((({*








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Old 08-06-2006, 12:50 AM posted to rec.ponds
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"~Roy" aka Koi-Lo wrote in message
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Its b****ing asholes like you that keep the noise level going. Your
the first ****ing moron to snap today......you poor pityful
looser......


"Koi-Lo" Reply t0 NG Only wrote in message
eatnowhere.com...
Koi-Lo

Unsightly jizz-babe with soft cock holster and bad gongas would die
for peanut dr. wang for assertive crippler. Mail me at Reply to NG
Only



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Old 08-06-2006, 01:05 AM posted to rec.ponds
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"~Roy" aka Koi-Lo wrote in message
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Its b****ing asholes like you that keep the noise level going. Your
the first ****ing moron to snap today......you poor pityful
looser......

"Koi-Lo" Reply to NG Only wrote in message
...
*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.

"KZimmerman" wrote in message
news
How much gravel should I place into a 75 gallon tank? It will hold

mostly
tiger barbs and cories. Thanx all.

===========
I use enough gravel to cover the bottom by about 1 1/2". It makes it

easier
to vacuum the mulm and is less likely, in my opinion, to have "dead spots"
to develop deadly anaerobic gasses.
--
Koi-Lo....
Aquariums since 1952.
My Pond & Aquarium Pages:
http://tinyurl.com/9do58
All rude and/or obscene messages posted by my impersonator Roy.
~~~~ }((((* ~~~ }{{{{( ~~~~ }((((({*






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Old 08-06-2006, 07:12 AM posted to rec.ponds
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"~Roy" aka Koi-Lo wrote in message
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Its b****ing asholes like you that keep the noise level going. Your
the first ****ing moron to snap today......you poor pityful
looser......

"Koi-Lo" Reply to NG Only wrote in message
...
*Note: There are two "Koi-Lo's" on the pond and aquaria groups.

"KZimmerman" wrote in message
news
How much gravel should I place into a 75 gallon tank? It will hold

mostly
tiger barbs and cories. Thanx all.

===========
I use enough gravel to cover the bottom by about 1 1/2". It makes it

easier
to vacuum the mulm and is less likely, in my opinion, to have "dead spots"
to develop deadly anaerobic gasses.
--
Koi-Lo....
Aquariums since 1952.
My Pond & Aquarium Pages:
http://tinyurl.com/9do58
All rude and/or obscene messages posted by my impersonator Roy.
~~~~ }((((* ~~~ }{{{{( ~~~~ }((((({*








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