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Old 08-13-2015, 11:33 PM   #11
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For po4 levels you want something in the range of .03-.07 ppm


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Ok I'll shoot for that.

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This is the goal. This started out the size of a quarter and when I took this picture it is bigger than a dinner plate. Let`s see a picture of yours. They are very hardy corals and hard to kill IME.

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It should have more polyp extension. I`d worry about that more than the coloring. Try more frequent PWC`s.
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