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Old 01-28-2014, 01:18 PM   #11
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If you can grow sps corals you can easily grow coralline. Do you have 0 coralline growth? Are your sps acropora, montipora, seriatopora, etc...? Some are easier to grow than others
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Well, the only thing coralline and sps have in common is what try consume. Just simply doing water changes will give what coralline and sps needs, but you don't need it to be as high as sps. It takes time for it to grow, but if you gently brush it with a toothbrush it can assist some in spreading it around your tank. Though appealing to the eye, keep in mind some of us have to scrape glass just to see into our tanks and soaking power heads to keep them from seizing up from being encrusted over.
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