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  3. General Reef Discussion
    Hi Guys, Need some advice here, I recently setup a 250 L tank with a 100L sump; I have placed a few live rock in main display + shallow sand bed and a few LR in the sump. I only have a skimmer and live rocks as part of my bio filter. On the 31st of May 2014, I started my tank cycle, I added...
  4. General Reef Discussion
    Hey all, writing because I'm going on my third month fighting cyano. Phophates are 0 and Nitrates are <2.5ppm. The cyano isnt out of control by any stretch of the imagination, but it does form small colonies on sections of my sandbed and rockwork. Ive isolated the rocks that seem to cause the...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    Hello, in a couple of weeks i will be moving my livestock from my 10 gallon to a new biocube 14. I really want to do things right this time, so i am going to try to dose Brightwell's Microbacter7 and the Zeovit nano kit together. Is this a good idea? Will they cancel eachother out? Should I use...
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    Thread title says most of it....Is there a product I can use to kickstart my dry rock I have in my tank such as microbacter7 or similiar? Or just let it start on its own? I will be adding some sand from another tank along with cheato etc.
  7. LPS Coral Forum
    I have had a rainbow acan in my tank for several months with 0 issues. I have been dosing Kent Tech M Magnesium to help with a Bryopsis problem I have.... I have also been dosing Microbacter7 as a bacteria source and Bioptim as a carbon source. I have been doing both of those for 2 months...
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