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Old 01-29-2006, 09:17 PM   #11
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isnt marine snow supposed to be good for corals?, correct me if i'm wrong
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You are still adding things that can add to the contamination of the water rather quickly, unless you have a huge amount of corals that are using up more of everything than you can supply with normal feeding and water changes then I sure wouldnt...that is my personal opinion tho.
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i dont have any corals yet just going by what i was reading, also i read about it says doesnt leave excess nutriunts
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Mine grows like crazy with just the normal fish feedings. I wouldn't add anything special unless you had really a good skimmer.
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unfortunately, we cannot believe all that the bottles say..if it adds nutrients and the corals do not use them up, it "leaves" nutrients.
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