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    This RAIN2 really needs to be cleaned/harvested sooner. The slime is great at filtering, but you don't want it letting go down the drain:

    http://algaescrubber.net/forums/show...he-best-filter

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    A RAIN2 with the cover off, and about halfway down to the waterline

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    A nice growth ring on this RAIN2 screen:
    http://algaescrubber.net/forums/show...3-Growth-Rings

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    RAIN2 one-handed access to screen and bottom tray video

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    https://youtu.be/LbryHi1eUuE

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    The RAIN (tm) patented tray (10,655,095) and patent pending dome (16848779) allow for easy viewing and cleaning of the bottom tray without turning off water or lights.

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    How long did it take to achieve this amount of growth?

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    Once the screen has filled in, and if there are a lot of nutrients going into the tank, this can be 7 to 10 days

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