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Old 08-16-2005, 09:51 PM   #1
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Has anyone had good results with Purple up?

Has anyone had results with Purple up that justify the cost? I have thought about trying it but wanted some personal experiences before I purchase any. It will take a lot to dose my tank so I do not want to get it unless it works.
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I love Purple Up!!! I've had great luck with it, Coraline has just started going nuts in my tank. Everyone I know who uses it has good luck as well...hth.
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How long did you dose before you saw results?
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I wouldn't waste your money. What's your ratio of LR/baseR? I started out with 75/25 (65/35?) and in 3 months you couldn't tell my br from my lr. Patience... In no time you'll be wondering why you wanted it so bad as you struggle to keep it off the front "glass"!
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I noticed significant growth after about a month of use.
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I wouldn't waste your money.
I second that. Good Ca/alk + light=great coralline growth. Just give it some time.
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