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Old 01-24-2009, 10:10 PM   #11
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What do you feed and how much?
How long do you run your lights?
What is your substrate?
I know James is going to chime in on this, but what salt mix do you use?
I seemed to have algae issues with IO, I switched to RC and don't have problems....*ducks*
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Old 01-24-2009, 10:14 PM   #12
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What do you feed and how much?
How long do you run your lights?
What is your substrate?
I know James is going to chime in on this, but what salt mix do you use?
I seemed to have algae issues with IO, I switched to RC and don't have problems....*ducks*
all i feed is mysis but i wash it before feeding i have 2inch of ls and 2 inch of crushed coral my light are on for 7 hours

i have to run to the store really quick i be back and hopefully someone have came up with a solution for me
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all i feed is mysis but i wash it before feeding i have 2inch of ls and 2 inch of crushed coral my light are on for 7 hours

i have to run to the store really quick i be back and hopefully someone have came up with a solution for me
oh and i use oceanic
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Do you vacuum the CC? That maybe a cause.
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Old 01-24-2009, 10:47 PM   #15
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Do you vacuum the CC? That maybe a cause.
Do you mean like stir it up cause once in a long while i would stir it up but not much cause i dont usaully get anything down there up until this point where everywhere is thirty.
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I'm not understanding the "everywhere is thirty".
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Old 01-25-2009, 01:10 AM   #17
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I'm not understanding the "everywhere is thirty".

Ever since my skimmer broke thats when every started getting all kinds of algae except the hair algae...the glass is like green, red, and brown, and the ground is brown and green...and my lr are all brn with red but the red isn't cyno(spelling) because its not slimy and does not come off easily.

If this is a good idea im gonna move all my corals into my ten until i get everything back to normal and ill find somewhere to put my fish because the ten would be too small for them. I want to get this done with the less possible stress to the fish and corals.
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is it coraline?...

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i dont think so i have heard of red coralline but when i had the pink it looks different and feels different but im pretty sure its not coralline
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