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Old 09-19-2016, 05:02 PM   #1
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Feeding Coral

I have kind of a dumn question.
I have some coral, mostly star polyps that I have been spraying the coral stuff on about 2 times a week with. There is so much information on the internet and this site has been good so I just thought Id ask. is this what im suposed to be doing?Click image for larger version

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Old 09-19-2016, 07:39 PM   #2
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Never dose your aquarium with anything that you can't test for when it comes to additives. In this case, this is a liquid food. These are basically liquid phosphates. None of your corals require any type of feeding, so you are only fowling up your water column. I would stop using this before it leads to bigger issues down the line without providing any benefits.

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star polyps grow like weeds with out feeding , most corals get what they need from the water, yes the more experienced reefers dose but they also test the water and have a better understanding of what there doing , I tried dosing but not knowing everything I needed to know I killed everything , I feel more comfortable just with the basics .
everything thrives , so I can't complain.
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I don't feed mine either. 17+ years and they get all they need from the lighting and water column.
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