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Old 07-23-2009, 10:18 PM   #11
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Old 07-25-2009, 08:54 AM   #12
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You mite want to take a sample to the LFS and get your mag tested. if it is low then you can dose all you want but it wont raise..
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I did the test at the LFS. Mag was >1280
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Tank looks good. As I expected, your parameters are right in line with the salt you use. Do lots of testing BEFORE you start any dosing. You can easily throw your parameters out of whack.
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below are all the test results at the LFS. I have a lot of aptaisa and I had bought 2 perpermint shrimps. They both died after 4 hours. second batch... I can't keep them. I even dripped them this time! nah I will use aptaisa X I guess... any thougths?
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Phosphate: .05/ Nitrate: 5/ ph: 8.09
Salinity: 1.026/ Alk: 9/ Calcium: 450
Mag: >1280/ T: 78-79F
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