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Old 02-13-2014, 01:33 PM   #11
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Well, products like purpleup don't do anything. Just alk/calcium in a bottle...if you want coraline algae to grow, keep parameters where they need to be and maybe introduce some into your tank and brush it gently with a toothbrush.
In terms of the biopellents and all that...yeah you are doubling up on things pretty heavy and that might have something to do with it. I would pick one or the other.
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First off, turn off the vortech so your anemone can get its footing. Then check back in with us.
The side note is that there is alot of unneeded things that will cause issues down the road there, like the auto feeder. But that is another topic.
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I have added small refugiim since then
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I wouldn't do it for more than several hours, but as soon as the anemone gets his foot placed you can turn it back on.
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Thank you i have shut them off starting now
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