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Old 09-09-2013, 02:38 PM   #11
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that could be a plan, thanks!
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I'm battling it now. H202 dose. Siphon it out . Filter water and put back in. Avoid water changes. Dynos thrive on prestine water. When nitrates rise the dynos will explode. It's been 2 months and I'm down to just a few rocks.
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I turned my LEDs on for 3 hours last night so my coral and anemone could open up and I still have no trace of them. I had my lights on the minmum setting though, I'm gonna take this real slow. I'm thinking it was cranking my ph/alk up that did it.
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A turned my light off all day until I got home from work. Had them on for 4 hours a day. But it doesn't do anything for dynos unless u do a full blackout I think.. My dynos were multiplying over night. And I noticed mine were loving the oxygen.. Turned off the skimmer and they started to fade away. My skimmer isn't producing much of anything anyways. So I leave it off.
I dip a few rocks a week in h202 and clean them good. And it seams to be helping.
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