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    Dec 29, 2008, 07:36 PM
    Too much (nutrafin cycle)
    What will happen if too much "nutrafin cycle" is added to my aquarium tank
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    AKaeTrue Posts: 1,599, Reputation: 272
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    Jan 1, 2009, 06:29 PM
    Nothing bad will happen.

    Nutrafin Cycle has inactive bacteria which means it will not overdose an
    Aquarium like products on the market such as StressZime that contains active bacteria.

    Your aquarium and fish will be fine.:)

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