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vio

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thanks now i need the secret to getting them to grow faster
Not eassy i guess ,lol.
Personaly , i will try , what i use to do:
# 1 My own food.
# 2 Agressive water flow.
# 3 Agressive filtratration ( most bio. )
# 4 Keep running M.H. light.
# 5 Try to maintain Stability , ( Alk. Potassium,,NO3,PO4, Salinity + temp. 78 F)
Not much , lol.
 

Nycreef

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Ok you can't have pics like that without mentioning your lights, percentage, Kelvin, ect. Type of salt, reactors, 2 part, ect. We should have on this forum in our profile a place where we can post our equipment and what we use.
This way we wouldn't have to ask every gorgeous pic of awesome tanks and corals.

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Nycreef

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What type salt, curious. People don't seem to understand the importance of the salt being used.

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Just saying would be great to know what and how everyone is running successfully their tanks

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Nycreef

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Great Salt if you can find it anywhere now. I used to use ESV cause it was easy clear and mixed fast also didn't leave a residue in my 2 100 gallon vats. Always felt my salt could be a problem why I'm not getting good growth so I'm now switching to Red Sea Coral Pro, everyone using this or Tropic Marin have great color and growth. My experiment continues.
Thanks and your corals look great!

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