I like your idea of getting some coraline! And you might want to buy a small piece of rock or two too just to get the bacteria, pods, and other living things in there.Is there any down side to adding live bio? I know some on here have said they aren’t convinced. Being my rock is pretty much sterile I was considering it. I was watching some videos from BRS and they recommended Microbacter 7. I was wondering if there was actually a down side or if it was a case of “it doesn’t always work”. Being live, the shelf life may render some doses almost nil.
Any input is appreciated as always.
Oh,.. forgot to say. Indo-Pacific Sea Farms is one such place.I like your idea of getting some coraline! And you might want to buy a small piece of rock or two too just to get the bacteria, pods, and other living things in there.
As far as the bottled bacteria goes, I don't know. It's not going to hurt anything, but I don't really think it helps much either. There are places where you can mail order pods, hitchikers, sand worms, real live sand from tanks, that kind of stuff. I would sooner do that then the bottled bacteria.
Tomato/Tomatoe.....On my swing arm I have both readings, and for some reason have always just gravitated to the SG.("See what I did there? ") Yea,,,4th cup now.You guys always talk about salinity using specific gravity. Occaisionally I see it in PPM. Is there a reason the hobby seems to prefer SG?