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Old 03-08-2007, 01:47 PM   #71
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poke holes lor.
I would rather poke other holes.
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Old 03-08-2007, 01:50 PM   #72
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I would rather poke other holes.
wah?? wat hole u wana poke?? can count me in??/keke
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Old 03-08-2007, 01:59 PM   #73
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wah?? wat hole u wana poke?? can count me in??/keke
Poke holes in bubble wrap lah. What you thinking??
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Old 03-08-2007, 02:03 PM   #74
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Poke holes in bubble wrap lah. What you thinking??
oooorr, ic. so poking bubble wrap is fun ya???
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Old 03-08-2007, 02:34 PM   #75
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oooorr, ic. so poking bubble wrap is fun ya???
Can try. Got nice sound too

Let's get back to the main topic before this goes out of hand.
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Old 04-08-2007, 12:26 AM   #76
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i have got a question abt duckweed,do i have to change the water??or do i just leave it?

i just gotten my duckweed frm a kind bro here so wan to clarify things first,the bag is still tightly seal and air,i haven open.wan to make things clear first before i open..
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i have got a question abt duckweed,do i have to change the water??or do i just leave it?

i just gotten my duckweed frm a kind bro here so wan to clarify things first,the bag is still tightly seal and air,i haven open.wan to make things clear first before i open..
i would adjust change the water....coz u can juz rinse the duckweed be4 feeding.
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Old 04-08-2007, 01:01 AM   #78
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i have got a question abt duckweed,do i have to change the water??or do i just leave it?

i just gotten my duckweed frm a kind bro here so wan to clarify things first,the bag is still tightly seal and air,i haven open.wan to make things clear first before i open..
I dunno how other bros do it, but for me I usually unpack and give them a good rinse, before putting them in my plastic tank. Throw in my cheapo betta (to eat any mosquito larvae) and place them where there's ample sunlight.

Before feeding my ranchus, I'll rinse the duckweed thoroughly again and put the remainder into a new tank of water.
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Old 04-08-2007, 01:08 AM   #79
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how do i rinse the duckweed?lol,i noe its stupid question to ask but theres too much duckweed liao..

And some bros suggest putting guppies to eat mosquitos larva..but the surface of the plastic tank will be covered with duckweed,meaning there are minimal oxygen dissolved and how can ur guppies survived?and if u dun put fish to eat the larva den it will breed..and "if they breed,you'll bleed" sounds familar
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how do i rinse the duckweed?lol,i noe its stupid question to ask but theres too much duckweed liao.
I usually put them in a net (those you use for scooping goldfish) and rinse them. Once done, then pour the duckweed from the net into your fish tank. Easiest way.

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And some bros suggest putting guppies to eat mosquitos larva..but the surface of the plastic tank will be covered with duckweed,meaning there are minimal oxygen dissolved and how can ur guppies survived?and if u dun put fish to eat the larva den it will breed..and "if they breed,you'll bleed" sounds familar
That's why I opted for my hardy betta.
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