- Jun 17, 2016
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im going to give it till the end of this week. If i dont see it get better im definitely going to remove the sand..like you said they seem to live in the sand as refuge mainly.. if we remove the sand we remove their home. Thats why i was thinking earlier in the posts to do this.Anyone who might be nearing max stress on dinos, what hasn't been done here is total sandbed removal. Fight dinos and winning is easier bare bottom, using any menthod of control or doser. They are being protected and fed in the sb
Once beaten, sterilize the bed and put it back. Siphoning sand means mixing portions around in the water. Removing sand to lessen hiding places doesn't block any method of control at all.