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    Thread: Stpatrick's Red Sea Reffers 425xl build

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      So far so good.




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      Awesome setup. What's that above the light fixture?

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      Was curious, is that enough rock?

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      It really depends on how effective his biological, mechanical filtration and maintenance is vs. his bioload. For example, I have less rock, a large bioload and just until recently only ran an algae turf scrubber on my system. I haven’t done a water change in eons. My nitrates wouldn’t rise above 2.5 ppm no matter what I did within reason, including feeding so much throughout the day that my fish refused to eat. The reality is even trace nitrates are ok as long as your coral is doing fine and there’s enough food for them in the water column. Also, I only added a small skimmer for increased gas exchange to lower my ph from 8.6 (Yes, I recalibrated my probes and used multiple test kits).



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