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Old 04-09-2003, 11:20 PM   #11
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About the algae on the glass, I do clean my glass every other day. (people think I am obsessive) Maybe this would help you as well as it wont get a good foothold on the glass. Alkaline helps to precipitate phosphorous. So dripping Kalkwasser would help, provided your alkalinity readings could stand to go up a bit.
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Old 04-10-2003, 12:52 AM   #12
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who makes ocean blend?do you dose it or add direct to tank?I need my calcium in that range.I know what you mean about live rock .I dont want to display what ever some one sends me in a box .for 17lbs it cost me $100,I dont't think Ill have 100lbs or 200 lbs any time soon.
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I am not sure what you mean by the rock thing. Most of us buy our rock by the box and our tanks look great. If you want certain size pieces, you can request that as well.
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I just today got a new marine ph & alkalinity test kit made by seachem results where ph 8.0 & alk 6meg/l instuctions read that ph sould be 8.2-8.4 .and alk should be 4-6 meg/l.that means alk is on high side & ph is low .I was reading some where that if you alk is to high that it will lower your cacium and m/s levels.and my calcium is always low .maybe because my alk is too high.Is there a way to lower alk level?I'v never heard of a way to lower alk .
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