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Old 07-14-2006, 07:05 PM   #11
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Again PO4 is too high... Even with a 0 PO4 reading you can still get cyno. What it is doing is using it and its undetectable for our test kits.
Phosban reactors work well for total PO4 removal.
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.25 PO4 is high. Try to get it lower
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Do you have bio wheel or sponges in your filter/tank?
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