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Old 09-19-2011, 04:52 PM   #1
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Please Help with alkalynity, carbonate and calcium

I have a 60 gallon tank with a little over 100 lbs of live rock, refugium with bioballs for the time being, some live rock, chemi pure, trying to grow chaeto but the fuge I built keeps springing leaks so I've been disassembling frequently to fix that. But I need to know if I calcium reactor is totally necessary for hard corals. And I need the best and easiest help I can get to understand dKH and controlling it.
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