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Old 04-05-2019, 09:08 AM
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About cyano algae, they thrive at very low levels of nutrients in the water. At levels indetectable by current tests. How do you do not have one?

So we should get 0 nitrates and phosphates? And the only pollution of the tank would be the food of the corals brought by the products zeovit? The surplus will be eliminated by the zeolite reactor? Or accept a nitrate rate to allow organisms to compete with cyanos. We would lose the colors of the corals?



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Cyano and NP do not have a certain linear relationship, and high NP does not exist in Cyano.

Cyano belongs to bacteria, not algae

Cyano is usually in the water with high organic dissolved matter (DOM), (excess organic dissolved matter)

It also usually occurs in areas where water flow is slow, and it is easy to form organic matter.

High-nutrient forms of organic pollutants are Cyano's best food source, and simple forms of amine acid, vitamins and other additives are also food sources.

Enhanced filtration equipment
Adjusting the Snimmer to wet, using Zeo's activated carbon, and ZeoVit all help prevent the production of Cyano, swapping it out of pure seawater.

So we should get 0 nitrate and phosphate?
( In nature, seawater NP approaches 0, Everyone likes the difference)

The only pollution of the tank is the coral food brought by the product zeovit?
If you don't use the ZeoVit system, will there be a problem with Cyano? (Cyano risk exists in every system)

Will the zeolite reactor eliminate the surplus?
(It will definitely help, Skimmer, activated carbon, water change, molecular weight difference, different adsorption, removal, etc.)

Nitrate rate to allow organisms to compete with cyanos
(Everyone likes the way is different, improve P. Improve N. I would recommend "pure", "purify" way, and Zeo Bac)

Will we lose the color of the coral?
(In my little experience, the water quality parameters remain stable and appropriate, including potassium, P < 0.03 ppm, corals do not fade) (balanced spectrum, etc.)

Cyano, CoralSnow+Bac, 2:1 dose per day
Depending on the situation, CoralSnow max x4

Simultaneously vacuuming the sand bed, and siphoning Cyano, Skimmer adjusts wet, water change, activated carbon replacement, filter socks replacement

Lamp old or spectrally offset
Reduce feeding and reduce nutritional supplements
Make sure Ro/di is good
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Old 04-05-2019, 01:53 PM
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