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    Coral placement ULM EDITION, Dec 4, 2018 at 12:46 AM
  1. lilbitreefer

    Posted this in the #askbrstv thought you guys might get a laugh too.

    Coral frag placement/relocation, ULM edition. No need to get your hands wet ever again. This hardworking crew will move your corals for you on a daily basis. Guaranteed new coral relocation every day. As an added bonus, to give you maximum viewing pleasure during the day, this crew makes sure to get the heavy lifting done while you sleep.

    Warning: Prefered coral placement can be made upon request 24 hours in advance to Mrs. Pom. Preferred placenent NOT guaranteed. Corals larger than a frag plug will incure a additional fee of two extra PE mysis cubes thawed,and seasoned with reefroids.

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  2. Goniopora - I know, I know, should not have bought it, Oct 17, 2018
  3. joeyamador

    At the fish store I help maintain we use 80/20 sump setup that I build around our equipment and definately keep our nitrates and phosphates above zero as corals definately do better when they are present... when we have low nitrates we have found that keeping the filter socks in longer or filter pads in the overflow... you can look up phosphate dosing too..we pride ourselves in water quality and our OCD sometimes keep them to clean and have to do things to keep them where we find works best for our reef.. the key is stability which is the best way and we all know that... but to answer your question with what we do if we are scared something is struggling is we soak our goniopora in a heavily dosed container of tank water and restore... we have had a lot of corals come back and get better after..everyone has good ways so take from all. If it helps marc levenson and #brstv have episodes on this on YouTube that are pretty informative based off of visual results and data.. hope this helps.
  4. Goniopora - I know, I know, should not have bought it, Oct 17, 2018
  5. joeyamador

    At the fish store I help maintain we use 80/20 sump setup that I build around our equipment and definately keep our nitrates and phosphates above zero as corals definately do better when they are present... when we have low nitrates we have found that keeping the filter socks in longer or filter pads in the overflow... you can look up phosphate dosing too..we pride ourselves in water quality and our OCD sometimes keep them to clean and have to do things to keep them where we find works best for our reef.. the key is stability which is the best way and we all know that... but to answer your question with what we do if we are scared something is struggling is we soak our goniopora in a heavily dosed container of tank water and restore... we have had a lot of corals come back and get better after..everyone has good ways so take from all. If it helps marc levenson and #brstv have episodes on this on YouTube that are pretty informative based off of visual results and data.. hope this helps.
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