07-25-2011, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Reefing Madness
Yes, you can continue to add Live Rock to your system while its cycling to get it to the point necessary. Live Rubble is much better than Bio Balls, but in your case, using those chambers, debre will still collect and cause some issues with Nitrates, it won't be as bad as Bio Balls, but none the less they will still be there.
i agree, your better off running the bio ball chamber empty, without rock and def. without the bio balls. in the original posters case i would just add the rubble rock to your display area of the tank and use the empty section to hide your heater if you can.
Originally Posted by jeppun21
Thank you very much reefing madness:)
Was wondering should i let my tank cycle for about 1-2 weeks while checking ph,nitrate,nitrite, and ammonia levels and then should i add inverts...
Was wondering what fish or inverts are good starting fish?
i suggest increasing your rock. about 15-20lbs of rock total, depending on how dense it is...