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Old 03-26-2014, 07:14 AM   #1
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Phosphate

My phone phosphates are at 0.25 is that to much?
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Too much for what?
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For my tank 55 gal mixed reef my trates are zero and ammo is 0 but my leather won't open it's about 2 weeks old it fully opens some days then others nothing my acro is open full
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0.25ppm is a tiny bit high but not enough to keep corals closed. I have had leathers that took forever to acclimate, then suddenly took off. They are sensitive to flow generally.
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I'm using the liquid api test it wasn't quiet as bright as the .25 so it may be less if it's flow sensitive ill move it I think it's in a spot with highish flow
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