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|05-10-2011 04:09 AM|
Originally Posted by SaraAZ View Post
|04-28-2011 07:01 PM|
|SaraAZ||It depends. Arizona has A LOT of red stone I've took a few hundred pounds of slightly banded red agate from Fourth of July Butte. Pretty inert. Some things are sandstone, some things are not. Like Ben said, do the vinegar or muriatic acid test.|
|04-25-2011 09:36 PM|
|Ben.||I live in gilbert, so papago park is pretty far away:P Give me a rough shape in rocks to look for because I might go rock hunting this weekend I'll have to go get a bottle of vinegar though for inert testing.|
|04-25-2011 12:09 PM|
Originally Posted by Ben. View Post
I do like plants, what are you looking to get rid of? ANNd... would you be willing to go down to papago park, south mountain, or your backyard and grab me a couple/few decent sized red rocks and ship them to me? on my dime of course (You'd be surprised what you can fit into one of those large flat rate boxes lol)
|04-24-2011 08:40 PM|
haha definitely, I say just go with flourite if you want redish substrate
Are you looking to get some plants? cause I want to get rid of some, it'll be cheap
|04-24-2011 06:48 PM|
|DerCribben||Or even from Camelback over in PV...lol, but if you're trucking up and down Camelback with a 5-15lb rock in your pack you are a special brand of nutty superhero...|
|04-24-2011 03:40 PM|
well if I was in sedona I could pour some vinegar on it:P
I'm pretty sure sandstone is inert, but it all depends on the sand in it.
|04-24-2011 12:34 PM|
I was wondering if anyone here had any info on whether AZ red rock is ok to use in a planted tank with co2? I've been searching like crazy and can't seem to find much when it comes to red rock and water parameters. I just know that some stones, especially in a co2 enriched tank will break down and overharden the water and do other things.
And if it is inert...anyone want to ship me a box of rocks?