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Old 11-20-2003, 07:27 PM   #11
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My LFS carries Liquidlife... I think I paid $24-30 for it though.
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Old 11-23-2003, 10:28 AM   #12
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Well I can't belive my LFS doesn't carry any frozen Plankton They have everything else possible incudling 8 freezer doors of other frozen food. I saw the products by Kent, should I just go with that for now or buy some off ebay or what?
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Just found some DT's at Hidden Reef. How often should I feed this to my tank, only have a couple small feather dusters and 1 coral.
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Old 11-29-2003, 01:54 PM   #14
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Live phytoplankton and the like serves two purposes. It will feed some corals/general filter feeders as well as feeding the fauna that can indirectly feed the corals as well, copepods, mysid shrimp and such.

The recommended dosage is 5 ml per 15 gal of tank water 2x/week but I think you would be fine with ˝ that amount. 5 teaspoons twice a week should do it, mabye even less. Keep a look out for increased amounts of film and other nuisance algaes. If you see a dramatic increase, cut back until you see the algaes subside. DT's is a greaat product but it can also make a tank nutrient rich if using more than is needed.

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