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Big Willy 01-21-2008 08:30 PM

What should I do/use to help my coral grow?
 
I am a newby at this. I purchased a live rock months ago. after a while I noticed coral growing from it. I have a Sea Squirt, Featherduster, and Organ Pipe coral. They have been there for months but just stopped growing. what should I do or use to help my coral to grow?

Willy

bobo 01-22-2008 04:39 AM

to help people (probably not me but others :P ) answer your question you should probably add your lighting, water params, fishstock and tank size.

This will give them a general idea of what may be wrong with your tank etc.
Also if you are using tap water or R/o water. And then hopefully an experienced member will come along and help you.

Most coral need relatively good lighting and specific water params, so it may be either. (i have no idea what i`m talking about) .


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