i thought it was just another name for a "DSB". or actually any SB made out of oolitic sized particles. another marketing ploy?
BuckWheat said:If what your saying is true then will you have the same problems as a DSB later on?
In two years you suck out half and replace with new mud.
In any case you're relying on aerobic bacteria to consume O2 first, it's the resulting low O2 levels that create the environment for the anoxic followed by anaerobic zones. If iron is feeding the anoxic bacteria (which it very likely is), that would allow a larger more stable anoxic zone to be established faster.mojoreef said:Hmmmm could be. R U concidering the setup of the bacteria in this zone when you are saying creates or the fact that it goes anoxic??