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Old 09-16-2018, 01:06 PM
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Usually, after changing the zeolite, each day, a total of 10 days, zeo bac (1 drop = 100L).

Try to refer to the above G.Alexander's suggestion to do it completely, it would be better, read G.
OK got it. Same with Zeofood7?

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4. If the system is running malnourished, you can use additional doses of ZeoFood and AminoAcids later.
(Read it carefully, G.Alexander has a detailed description)

No, because you have algae problems, I suggest you use sponge power.

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Intended use: Increase the growth of corals and bacteria.
Positive result: reduced nitrate and nitrite
OD symptoms: nuisance algae, cyano, black, brown film

Don't forget that in a malnourished environment, K + (potassium) seems to be an important factor.
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Οκ jacky, thank you so much for your help.
I'll keep you posted on the progress of the tank
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4. If the system is running malnourished, you can use additional doses of ZeoFood and AminoAcids later.
(Read it carefully, G.Alexander has a detailed description)

No, because you have algae problems, I suggest you use sponge power. Don't forget that in a malnourished environment, K + (potassium) seems to be an important factor.
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Above I have added some more from the kz guide.
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I am just a beginner, everyone and G. is the treasure of your rich resources.
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Everyone can help each other. Someone more someone else less. But any help is greatly appreciated
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Jacky is right, after each ZeoVit exchange dose ZeoBac daily for 10 days, than cut back to 2 x weekly until the next exchange. Keep always ~ 10% of the old ZeoVit material in the reactor and add 90% fresh material when you replace it.

Because of the algae I would also recommend to stay with the basics at the moment, ZeoFood can be used later to fine tune coral coloration once the problems are fixed and the system is running nutrient poor stabile.

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Jacky is right, after each ZeoVit exchange dose ZeoBac daily for 10 days, than cut back to 2 x weekly until the next exchange. Keep always ~ 10% of the old ZeoVit material in the reactor and add 90% fresh material when you replace it.

Because of the algae I would also recommend to stay with the basics at the moment, ZeoFood can be used later to fine tune coral coloration once the problems are fixed and the system is running nutrient poor stabile.

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OK Alexander. Thanks a lot. I will keep dosing only ZeoBak and zeostart and when the tank is stabilized I will start the other supplements

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