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Old 01-25-2006, 11:12 PM   #1
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Kent Extreme Garlic Pros and Cons?

Question: Can adding Kent Extreme Garlic effect the eco system of my 90 gal reef set-up? Should I continue to add this product at feeding time, if my fish are healthy....Pros and Cons?? Wife thinks I'm over doing the tank by using this product!
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I use it about once/twice a week. You only need to add a drop to your food and let it soak a while. It will strengthen your fish's immune system. I rotate it with zoe and selcon. It will not hurt your tank. Keep using it.
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Thanks Brenden...Wife is looking over shoulder shaking head...LOL
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Old 01-25-2006, 11:28 PM   #4
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Tell here that bottle will last you longer than that bottle of high dollar perfume she has, and it is cheaper. Just kidding. I do not want you sleeping out in the cold tonight.
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Brenden :" My wife wants to ask you a Question? For a reef tank set up do you need more Blue light or white light? or no white light at all. Just blue.

I having a discussion with her and she thinks that I have too much white light for my 90 gal tank.
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Corals do best in the 6500- 10k spectum range anything above that (blue) ie 14k and 20k is just more pleasing to the eye. I run 14k bulbs on my tank. In short corals need the "white" light the blue is for our pleasure.
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