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    Purple Helix question

    So with the start of Mary's and my reef tanks I've been looking for LR for both tanks. Have looked at dry rock as being the safest choice and cheaper but it doesn't have the nice colorations. So I came apon a product called Purple Helix on eBay.......says it has Coraline Algea spores and nitrifying bacteria......

    Was wondering if anyone on the board has ever had any experience with this product at all.

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    I saw it on Amazon, has good reviews. https://www.amazon.com/Coralline-Sal...ustomerReviews
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    I haven't seen this but, it looks like a winner. I think I'll use this in my next setup.
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    It's about time somebody made something like this. With everyone using dry rock more and more it's a great idea to seed your new tank.

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    Not cheap for a big system but this is a nice idea, im not sure you can fake Mother Nature or rush her but we’ll see i guess!


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