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Old 05-01-2012, 11:39 PM   #11
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What type of light do you have man
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:54 PM   #12
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What type of light do you have man
I have 2 t5 12000k blue and white
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Use purple up that thing is great bro and to tell u the truth I only check 3 things nitrite ammonia and ph thats it lol
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Old 05-02-2012, 12:30 AM   #14
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Ya I'm either fing to get some leds or a t5 lighting system
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What's the best chemical or supplement to grow coralline algae? I have base rocks that I need to get some growth on from my other live rock before the cycle is finished
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What's the best chemical or supplement to grow coralline algae? I have base rocks that I need to get some growth on from my other live rock before the cycle is finished
im using purple up and I seeded coralline algae works great
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Okay, and lighting will affect it too right? Ill probably buy me some purple up
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Okay, and lighting will affect it too right? Ill probably buy me some purple up
I have 2 t5 12000k
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Okay, and lighting will affect it too right? Ill probably buy me some purple up
If you're running a reef tank with the appropriate levels of Ca & Mg, Purple up will do nothing for you. It's just concentrated calcium etc. Coraline doesn't grow in your tank on it's own; it has to be introduced into it. Best bet is to get a piece of LR with coraline and scrape it to get it introduced into your tank.
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