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do you guys & gals keep the pumps on or off during feeding...I bought some zooplankton and phytoplankton drops and seems it goes right through the overflows when I add it for the corals?
 

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I can get a long surenge and shoot it on the corals? I have alot of pumps just a pain to shut them off everytime..
 

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It's what you use to baste a turkey - they are plastic large syringes with (usually) yellow plastic bulbs on one end. Cost about a buck at the dollar store. I have two I use to squirt-feed the corals and polyps. I can't turn off all the pumps and power heads, it's too much of a pain!

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Here is what i use, and well worth the price. You dont even have to put your hands in the tank with this one.

Kent Sea Squirt Feedeing prong
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I also use this...my only complaint is that the hole is too small for Mysis. They clog it up
 

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whatevva, i drilled the hole out and works like a charm. no leaking either.
 

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I just ordered on thanks alot...I have a 29 deep tank so Ill need one that long
 

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whatevva said:
I also use this...my only complaint is that the hole is too small for Mysis. They clog it up

I use a huge syringe that my wife brought home from work but i had to drill it out for mysis


i see that this was now a redundant post.............
 
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