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Old 10-07-2009, 04:28 PM   #11
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That calcium number is low it looks like. Any way of moving it up to 420-450. Not that it means much but I thought the 120 gallon tank was a 4 ft tank and the 125 was the 6 ft tank. I have the 125 6 ft tank.

Sorry, I type too fast for my thoughts... it is a 125g tank...I have the same one as you. What I have been doing is during my water changes 10g twice a week... I have been adding water that is at 440 Calcium.... I'm hoping that within a couple months this would bring the whole tank to that level -- is that thinking correct?
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Depending on how fast your corals are using it up. If you are doing weekly PWC`s you`ll hopefully see it rise slowly to the goal.
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