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Old 03-04-2016, 01:55 AM   #1
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Tank Tear Down......

Ok so for months I was fighting a losing battle. Never figured out why my corals were slowly dying after 6 years. Now my rock has this stringy thick algae which im thinking now is dinos or maybe some form of Cyano. It started growing on my corals except for my 27 head torch coral which I have moved to a QT tank for holding. So I'm taking the rock out and discarding it. Honestly I never liked real Reef rock. Just was too dense so I'm not tooo mad. I was wondering do you guys think I need to change the sand bed. I have ALOT of life in my sand and keep it rather clean with every water change. Should i just take the rock out and give the sand a good siphoning then water change or just get rid of everything. I really love this Tropic Eden Reef Flakes. Any Advice?
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Personally if I was taking everything out I would replace the sand as well.


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It's usually sand I recommend fully replacing during any type of tank swap.
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