How do you make your soft corals thrive when they start to shrink down?
Forgive me for not being able to articulate my question better. I've have a Kenya Tree Coral for about 4 years now and for the first 3 years it was thriving, growing, and doing well in my tank. But the last year it has shrunk down to about 1/3 of it's size and it never seems to extend and stretch out.
I tried moving it higher so that it received more light, but it has been 4 months and no change. I should also note that none of the other corals, fish, etc are having any problems in the tank so I don't think it's a problem with the water or tank. Does anyone know how to bring this coral back to it's old self???