Do the members want a Freshwater Forum here?

Would you like a Freshwater forum here on R2R?

  • YES

    Votes: 36 22.9%
  • NO

    Votes: 73 46.5%
  • Don't care either way

    Votes: 39 24.8%
  • Other (please explain)

    Votes: 9 5.7%

  • Total voters
    157

Brandont21

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I dont know the logistics behind apps and websites and all that jazz. But i know when my family goes to the doctor, i can log into the app and then pick one of my kiddos or myself or wife to look into their chart. Is that a possibility? You log in, and can pick which section you want to go under? If anyone uses the “mychart” app youll know what im talking about. I voted “other”
 

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Does not matter if you have a fresh water section I don’t see a problem with it more members and a some point they will turn to salt side . In fresh water there are some people keeping big fish in big tanks
 

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I voted no. It will all bleed together. The reasoning for doing it are understandable, but it will create problems in the long run and you will end up with people less happy on both sides.

When you mix freshwater and saltwater you just end up with a watered down mess… :)
 

Managing real reef risks: Do you pay attention to the dangers in your tank?

  • I pay a lot of attention to reef risks.

    Votes: 141 43.1%
  • I pay a bit of attention to reef risks.

    Votes: 115 35.2%
  • I pay minimal attention to reef risks.

    Votes: 50 15.3%
  • I pay no attention to reef risks.

    Votes: 16 4.9%
  • Other.

    Votes: 5 1.5%
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