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Old 01-04-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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What if my phosphate's ls 0.25 is that ok or is still to high?
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May I ask to high for what?
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You'll need to be more specific. In terms of soft coral that is fine. Even some Los corals it is fine. In terms of sps, it is slightly high and would result in brown coral.
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Oh yes, I'm sorry I meant everything in general thank you!
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