robharold

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51 hooked up RODI unit

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About robharold

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    Loranger, LA

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  1. robharold

    FREE SALT

    Thanks. Glad it is working out for you.
  2. robharold

    FREE SALT

    No ken, not for quite some time now. I will one day again maybe, once the kids are grown a bit more. But it is way to the back burner for now.
  3. robharold

    FREE SALT

    Nobody interested? I guess I can mix it up for weed killer.
  4. robharold

    FREE SALT

    I have a box of salt free to whomever wants to come get it. it is a 200G Reef Crystals box. It is several years old, but totally unopened. the box nor the bag inside. Obviously, I am rarely on here so please call me at 504-812-1559. I will try to check back though. Located in Loranger
  5. Sorry to hear this. It always sucks when things go wrong. Sucks even worse when cannot find any inkling of a cause.
  6. Crashed a long time back and I never got it going to the fullest potential. It still sits there, dry and dusty. Maybe one day I will have interest in it again.
  7. I may try to come just to visit with folks as it has been a while. Certainly not buying anything since I have no tank set up.
  8. Glad we got to make it as well. Thank you Adam and Paige for hosting. It was enjoyable to get together with folks again.
  9. If you have a place away from the house(for odor obviously) you could dump it in a bucket, with some additional water and something to bubble it making in effect diluted waste, or compost tea from the skimmer gunk. This would also allow you to add to the bucket however often you have to clean the skimmer, and/or control the dilution rate to determine what is the best amount. Isn't this basically what fish emulsion fertilizers are anyway? I never researched that item previously.
  10. It was a 225, but thank you. I just wish I had found a way to keep it going when things got rough. so much work, so much beauty, so much LIFE.....gone. It saddens me b/c it was my responsibility and I failed the tank.
  11. Mine has always been time and money. When I had a decent reef going, I barely had any problems with any cyano, algae, or anything else. I sure miss those days. People would come and just stare while I fed half a ton and wondered how it could be with such minimal equipment and maintenance.
  12. I have only been to one in Atlanta but it was a heck of a lot of fun. You will not be disappointed if you are really enthused about this hobby. I am looking to find a way to be able to attend.
  13. Glad I was able to come out and visit with you all again. INCREDIBLE effort over the past few years to lead to this pint of hosting the biggest event for reefkeeping in the country. Well done. Hopefully I will be able to attend when that time arrives.