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Old 06-19-2017, 04:17 PM
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Is it possible to use more zeolite then recommended. I have roughly 440L tank and am using the 1L in mesh bags. Algae seems to have slowed down quite a bit. My reactor will come tomarrow but I don't know if I will use it because it is a vertex brand and I'd rather have a real kz reactor. Has anybody tried to use more stones
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Basically you can use more of the material but if you use to much you might expect problems like TN for example. If you plan to use more material make sure to just increase the quantity slowly step by step keeping a close eye to the corals. Please also keep in mind that if you change to a reactor the nutrient processing will be more effective so the quantity you use at the moment might be still OK.

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