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Old 06-19-2014, 03:48 PM   #11
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Old 06-19-2014, 04:51 PM   #12
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It's stability that's important. Adding some buffer like baking soda or soda ash isn't a bad thing, many of us add a bit everyday. Just no sudden changes.
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All those corals seem to be seriously reaching for light.
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How so? The pic I looked at looked pretty normal to me.
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Look at the zoas on the right, the shroom, the goniopora, they all look to be reaching up and toward the center.
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What kind of lights?
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What kind of lights?
I use a maxspec razor 16000. It really works great....

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Hmm then it's probably my imagination they're reaching. That's a good light
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It's the nano version though.... And some do stretch a lil cause I have a tall hex tank.

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It's stability that's important. Adding some buffer like baking soda or soda ash isn't a bad thing, many of us add a bit everyday. Just no sudden changes.
So you think I should just start using small amounts of baking soda...I already use oceans blend part one and two though....what will happen if I use both?

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