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Old 01-12-2018, 05:22 PM
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Have you already tried some bigger water changes with a well balanced salt for example 3 x 20% within 10 days ?

CB might increase the cyanos.

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I have not done a water change, i will try this out.
But can i dose CV? And Kaliumjodid-Fluor?
Will this increase Cyano?
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how do you remove dino, blackout 3 days ?
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From my experience Iodine does speed up the growth of cyanos so at the moment I would not recommend to dose it. CV usually should not have a impact on them.

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From my experience Iodine does speed up the growth of cyanos so at the moment I would not recommend to dose it. CV usually should not have a impact on them.

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Okay, i can try to feed with CV and make some water changes.
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how do you remove dino, blackout 3 days ?
Hi, i dont have dino. I have Cyano.
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Old 02-10-2018, 01:38 AM
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Have used T5 for a long time, And have now switched to LED. It's almost a month since I switched to LED. I saw changes in color and growth in just a week, I was amazed at how fast the changes came. I have 3 Radion XR 15 PRO, and use the AB + SPS temple. I have gradually increased the intensity to 80%, but are not sure how long the daytime should be? I ramp up and down in 2 hours.

I have a lot of SPS and a little Acan and Hammer coral on the sand.

Anyone who can share experiences?
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can anyone look at this? I have taken a water test today. Mg and Ca are too high. I use balling 3 part dosage. When I dose equal from everyone, Mg and Ca rise. have any experience with this? I'm using Aqua Forest Balling. I have stopped dosing of Mg and Ca. After what I have read, should it be dosed equal to Mg, Ca and Kh? I have the most of SPS, some are bright in the tissue and some are very dark. Could this be due to Mg and Ca? Adds to the measurements from today.

Mg: 1570 measured with Salifert
Ca: 520 measured with Salifert
Kh: 7,952 (142) measured with Hanna Checker
NO3: 0,2 measured with Salifert
PO4: 0,00 (0) measured with Hanna Checker Phosphorus ULR (ppb)
Salinitet: 1,026 measured with Milwaukee refractormeter
K+: 390 measured with Salifert
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The consumption of Ca, Mg and KH is not linear from my experience and also can differ from time to time. First thing I would do is cross checking salinity with a different, accurate instrument. If the salinity is not elevated I would recommend to step by step reduce the Ca and Mg addition to get the balance back. To support this process you can also do some more water changes than usual. Please also make sure your Mg and Ca test kits are accurate.

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The consumption of Ca, Mg and KH is not linear from my experience and also can differ from time to time. First thing I would do is cross checking salinity with a different, accurate instrument. If the salinity is not elevated I would recommend to step by step reduce the Ca and Mg addition to get the balance back. To support this process you can also do some more water changes than usual. Please also make sure your Mg and Ca test kits are accurate.

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I have a Milwaukee MA871 Refractometer, this is new and calibrated.
I will take some water change, i have also cross checked the Mg and ca test.
Will this make some coral dark and some light?
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Yes if the elements are out of balance corals will suffer from it responding with reduced growth and coloration.

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