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That is a really good PAR number you got and it shows in the corals.Unless you are doing high light only corals I would not turn it up any more.Looks like you will have a full up reef here soon,just wait till things really start growing. Hit up your local reef club again for a frag swap to fill in the blanks but don't forget to dip.
Nice!Sounds like a good zoa\paly pack your getting ,making a zoa garden? I have a friend who has a zoa hoard and When the price is right it is hard to say no. I find myself spending much of my hard earned money on more corals.I am the single income for a family of 6 but I still find a little cash for a frag or two at the end of the month.
So i have been battling cyano, diatoms, and worste of all hair algae like crazy. I just did a little more than 72 hours of no light and for, one, the sand is pearly white lol. No diatoms and cyano, however HA is still wild. So i took every single coral out of the tank and put them in a frag tank. Took a bucket of water from the tank and scrubbed the heck out of every piece of rock i had. Its not as bad as it was yet, but its still not gone. I finally got that zoa pack. everything looked great except the magicians, i dont think they are going to make it. It looks as though its pinching its own head off... I dipped in iodin for 20 min so hopefully it will bounce back. Picture to follow
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