12-21-2009, 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnnyD
Ya, i've always heard him talking about their dry rock being great (i got mine from there as well) but I dont remember him ever saying anything about their live rock. I could be wrong though...
I would personally buy my Live Rock as locally as possible. The farther the live rock has to travel, the more stuff dies off. You only need 25% of your Rock to be Live, if that. That will seed the base rock and in a few months, it'll all be live!