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|10-14-2012 01:44 AM|
|stevenjohn21||I have plenty of those drainage rocks available if anyone wants them, they look great piled up on black sand like the above poster has shown .|
|09-28-2012 03:10 PM|
Just my 2 cents.
These are granite rocks I picked up from a drainage area in Roswell.
|08-22-2012 03:57 PM|
Originally Posted by aXio View Post
Or just offer a general pricing on $ per lb?
|08-04-2012 12:38 AM|
|aXio||I have dragon stone at my shop at Priemer Aquatics. As well as a few other new types of rocks.|
|08-03-2012 05:12 PM|
|Overgrowth||Unfortunately the ADA website wasn't working for some reason, so I accidentally got seiryu stones on evilbay. Only then did I remember that they raise GH and KH. -face palm-|
|08-01-2012 12:21 AM|
Originally Posted by chelseab View Post
|07-31-2012 04:08 PM|
|chelseab||We carry lace rock at Aquarium Outfitters in Athens. It looks really nice in planted tanks.|
|07-22-2012 12:07 AM|
|mstamper||Hmmmm?, Lake Lanier Rocks. That might be an idea. Ofcourse I would not know how I came by them.|
|07-21-2012 07:11 PM|
I stumbleed across some great looking rocks last week when i was "walking the dog" AKA fishing !
Where the dam meets lake lanier (the 1st parking area) before you see the river on your left handside, there are some great looking rocks with great cuts,grooves and veins on all size rocks....... somehow they managed to "jump" inside the trunk of the car !
|07-21-2012 06:34 PM|
wow, nice. post pics here when you get them in.
|07-21-2012 05:35 AM|
|Overgrowth||Yep, I just decided to order off the ADA site. I'm getting Yamaya stone because it's the cheapest|
|07-20-2012 06:53 PM|
i have searched and searched and have come up with nada!!!
Us east coasters can only order online and have it shipped.
|07-20-2012 01:42 PM|
I forgot that I posted that question. Still have not gotten an answer to that question. I am thinking about looking up bonsai nursery's and see if they have any sort of rock that would work.
I just recently read that the igwamui traditional rock raised ph and GH and if one is keeping shrimp that is not always desirable. I might look into lava rock or lace rock which is supposed to be inert in that regard and according to a recent article in tropical fish magazine written by Amano using alternative rock like lava rock is an acceptable choice.
Good luck to us both in finding these rocks.
|07-20-2012 05:48 AM|
Originally Posted by mstamper View Post
|07-20-2012 01:08 AM|
|mstamper||I would love to know that information as well.|
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