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Old 11-02-2009, 08:46 PM   #21 
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True, true, very true. Not sure if bacteria would cause the smell because all of my tanks are cycled and odorless. Could be the smell of nitrite (if it's present before the nitrite>nitrate bacteria have taken off).

Hrm, yea come to think of it, my 29 gallon is orderless as well. Yea you know what I think you were right about the ammonia or nitrite causing the smell rather than bacteria. Seems to make more sense! Good thinking! now you got me interested in reading up on that lol!
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Hrm, yea come to think of it, my 29 gallon is orderless as well. Yea you know what I think you were right about the ammonia or nitrite causing the smell rather than bacteria. Seems to make more sense! Good thinking! now you got me interested in reading up on that lol!
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