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- Mar 1, 2017
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- North Olmsted, Ohio
It is the stuff he uses in the video. Multigrain wheat bread, yogurt and yeast flakes.Very cool. I like the worm box. But I have to ask, is that just corn bread? Or some special worm food formula?
Pretty sure this was cyanide. I knew this was likely when I bought her, but I thought it might be light enough to deal with. I was wrong. It always goes south when the fish starts to feed. I was keeping the feeding light but when I put in the white worms I put in more than I wanted and at first she was like yah whatever but then when she really got a taste for them you was all over the sand looking for them. I don't know if riding the line with food would have worked but I tried.Sorry to hear that. What do you think happened? I know it’s usually a guess when they die, but do you think the tank is too immature? Ammonia possibly? Or just came in sick... I always try to find reasons so I can correct any potential problems
Yes that is us opening the windows. We try to push the CO2 under 500ppm and then we close them. I use a big box fan to push the air to clear the house. It is a giant PITA.On your CO2 graph, are the valleys the times that you open your windows? Is that what causes the levels to drop like that?
It may have been more work mud wise, but I have to say getting those full sheets on the ceiling was a nightmare for me. Tools would have helped, but who wants to pay that much for tools for one job.And since I didn’t want to ask for help, I cut the 4 x 8 sheets in half, essentially doubling the mud joints.
Amen.If I never had to mud ceilings again, I wouldn’t mind.