- Mar 20, 2017
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dry rock starts in general are widely regarded as a steeper climb. for all bare-bottom benefits the hobbyist in terms of nitrate management and dead spots in the substrate it also includes the caveat that it can result in a tougher system to manage.I dunno, in almost 20 years I've done a lot of tanks with dry rock, and not had problems, or had to wait 18 months for sps to do well. Little tanks, big tanks, hasn't made a difference. Is this really a popular theory? Not being snide, just generally curious.
brs is the source of my BB info as the few times i have started with substrate eventually added it.