Originally Posted by Six-Line
I heard a back pack skimmer would do more harm then good on a 15 gal
reef. Is this true?
If it was suggested the skimmer will strip the tank of all nutrient, it won't. They are good skimmers for smaller tanks, I have one on my 27 gal
. As far as the caulerpa, it can be a good tool if you know the downfalls and maintain the crop.
That said, I will typically grow macro's in my nano's as a form of export. Personally I prefer razor but there are better kinds that can be used. For future reference, prolifera
by itself only implies something is either fast growing or a branching organism (or both). It does not actually specify something tangible.