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Today 01:56 AM
Greggz
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Originally Posted by Dempsey View Post
You are a good person! I love people who rescue! Cleetis is also a rescue. He is weighing in at about 63lbs now. He is a lap dog also... All pits are. such sweet beautiful dogs!
Then he's the same weight as mine. I don't know why, maybe the ears? He just looks like a puppy for some reason. You have a chuckit to play fetch with him? I do every day and wow he's fast and athletic.

And sorry to derail your thread with the dog talk! But it seems I am in good company!
Today 01:04 AM
Omar EAZi looking good as always!! as Greggz said really impressive growth for such a short time, can't wait for my PPS Pro package to arrive and start dosing them with these plant steroids lol.. That Bacopa is gaining some real mass!! are you direct injecting it in the stem with micros and macros? hahahaha

Bump: btw I just saw the video, got a question, the siamese algae eaters, won't they get huge and start disrupting the plants and other fishes?!
Today 12:15 AM
Dempsey
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Originally Posted by Greggz View Post
Yes, he's a pit mix rescue. And yours does look like a pup. How much does he weigh?

And yes, they are sweet dogs. Mine sticks to me like velcro. He's sitting next to me right now, just a big old lap dog, and a loyal friend all day every day.
You are a good person! I love people who rescue! Cleetis is also a rescue. He is weighing in at about 63lbs now. He is a lap dog also... All pits are. such sweet beautiful dogs!
Today 12:04 AM
Greggz
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Originally Posted by Dempsey View Post
Beautiful pup! Pit mix? Cleetis is actually 2 years old but still looks like a pup. He is my 3rd pit bull. I love them. Sweet dogs. Lovers. They just want to love their owners 24/7.
Yes, he's a pit mix rescue. And yours does look like a pup. How much does he weigh?

And yes, they are sweet dogs. Mine sticks to me like velcro. He's sitting next to me right now, just a big old lap dog, and a loyal friend all day every day.
Yesterday 11:48 PM
Dempsey
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Originally Posted by Greggz View Post
Clint love the puppy. He's going to be a great looking dog once he grows up.

Here's mine. Sometimes a PITA, but a loveable PITA! Loads of personality.
Beautiful pup! Pit mix? Cleetis is actually 2 years old but still looks like a pup. He is my 3rd pit bull. I love them. Sweet dogs. Lovers. They just want to love their owners 24/7.
Yesterday 11:37 PM
Greggz
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Originally Posted by Dempsey View Post
Little update. I will try to do a better one tomorrow when I'm not interrupted by the pups.

https://youtu.be/nTQ770yHQH8
Clint love the puppy. He's going to be a great looking dog once he grows up.

Here's mine. Sometimes a PITA, but a loveable PITA! Loads of personality.
Yesterday 11:00 PM
Dempsey Little update. I will try to do a better one tomorrow when I'm not interrupted by the pups.

https://youtu.be/nTQ770yHQH8
06-24-2017 08:20 PM
Dempsey
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Originally Posted by Greggz View Post
Clint looking better and better all the time! Really remarkable for such a short time.

Nice work!!
Thank you, Sir! The Sunset is looking better also. I think most plants are liking the extra micros.



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That is a MONSTER Bacopa lol
Yeah, I will need to cut him down soon... Looks too good to cut yet though.. lol
06-22-2017 10:27 PM
Greggz Clint looking better and better all the time! Really remarkable for such a short time.

Nice work!!
06-22-2017 09:19 PM
burr740 That is a MONSTER Bacopa lol
06-22-2017 09:02 PM
Dempsey Now that everything is growing in and not really scaped, it's looking messy. The kimberly is looking even better today. I have been seeing improvements with most of the troubled plants.

I will be dog sitting for a friend this weekend so I'm not sure if I will be able to update on Sunday so here is a quick messy pic. You can see that most colors are getting better.

06-22-2017 12:39 AM
Dempsey Looking like I have to clean the back class also. I have never cleaned that since I can't see any algae on it in person and I feel like leaving it for the shimp and otto's. It shows up in pics so I may have to take care of it....
06-21-2017 11:05 PM
Dempsey The Kimberly is improving. The color has been coming out more. Can't wait to see how it looks in another week or two.

06-20-2017 11:11 PM
Dempsey
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Originally Posted by burr740 View Post
You should think about making a solution for the csmb. It's made for agriculture/hydroponic use to treat thousands of gallons at a time.

So the chances of getting the right amount of everything using tiny fractions of a teaspoon is slim to none. At least it seems that way to me.

The odds get a lot better if you mix up 500 or 1000 ml solutions, because you're using more of the stuff at one time.
I guess I should have mentioned that. I am using solution. That's just what the dose comes out to. The only thing that I am dry dosing now is Fe.
06-20-2017 10:28 PM
burr740 You should think about making a solution for the csmb. It's made for agriculture/hydroponic use to treat thousands of gallons at a time.

So the chances of getting the right amount of everything using tiny fractions of a teaspoon is slim to none. At least it seems that way to me.

The odds get a lot better if you mix up 500 or 1000 ml solutions, because you're using more of the stuff at one time.
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