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    Couple of good pages of reading on a material I had mentioned a while back. If you have friends with the magazie. mid atlantic koi club. you might want to get a copy. The article covers the bacteria nitro spira and recent evidence of its role in our water systems. MAKC has a website but I don't think you can read articles there. I would love to post the articles but for infringement fears I will hold off. I could scan and post possibly if someone gives me one agoahead and two a good way to get a large scanned image up onto the board.
    " I'd rather a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy "
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    How about they join our club instead Mike that way they could get the that article and many others themselves?
    JR

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      joining

      I would considder that a fair idea... dunno what the powers that be would say I trie to look up the article on their website but that is not in the feature list. any way bulk of he article touted the benefits of course and the research I have done looks good. research being what I can glean form this wonderfull world through the web
      http://cgi.aol.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?
      ViewItem&item=3073954079&category=50423 thats the link to the manufacturer a lot to read and go through but it is good reading for a cold winters nite dreaming of spring...
      " I'd rather a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy "

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        Mike who is it ? Dr Timothy Hovanec from marineland inc? JR

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          t hovanec

          http://www.marineland.com/science/bi...itrobacter.asp T hovanec indeed. oops just realized I dragged the wrong thin into the last post sorry Now if I could just get my koi pond running as well as this computer I'd be in good shape. Now posting from a 3.4 ghz computer!
          " I'd rather a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy "

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