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Old 01-09-2013, 07:00 PM   #1
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Can I save wet Amazonia?


I think I put too much in my new tank, can I just store excess in some tupperware or ziplocks? Do I need to refrigerate it?

It's not been planted but it has been cycling in my tank the last week.
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Personally, I'd just drain and dry it.
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Personally, I'd just drain and dry it.
+1 for Gomer's comment; I air-dried and then stored some I was using in an emersed set-up.
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Personally, I'd just drain and dry it.
Just do this.
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I recommend just drying it to slightly moist, not totally dry. I once let some similar Azoo substrate dry out completely and it all just fell apart and turned to dust.
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okay got it, thanks
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