REEF2REEF Saltwater and Reef Aquarium Forum

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    RAISING(22) DENDRONEPHTHYA MONTH2, Dec 3, 2018 at 5:21 PM
  1. Mortie31

    Have you ever tried this device as a constant food source? http://reefkeeping.com/issues/2003-07/nftt/index.php
    It seems like a relatively easy solution to grow and constantly feed phyto, roties etc? I’m designing a small NPS coral system and just researching my options and I thought maybe you or #Lasse were the most likely to have tried something like this.. I like the idea of growing and dosing without the need to refrigerate.. sorry for hijacking your thread but the device kinda fits with your project.
  2. Not popular but I still use DSB. - pls see below, Nov 24, 2018
  3. Mortie31

    There have been a few reports of silicate leeching with siporax in a low oxygen environment, #Lasse was one on his tank, he buried them under several inches of sand. I’m not sure if the marine pure blocks will react the same, but I think they are of a similar construction and material.
  4. Can I use urine to maintain bacteria??, Oct 24, 2018
  5. Mortie31

    Hello All
    First off this isn’t a joke question lol... recently I’ve had my tank devastated by velvet, (details are on my thread) I now have a hugely reduced fish load and will be going fallow in the next week or so. I have a mature tank which was home to 24 fish and hence had a well established bacteria system, I don’t want to lose this during this period, hence the question, I have seeded my tanks and koi ponds with urine to feed bacteria during the cycle phase, but never to maintain the bacteria bed, I could use food but I actually think urine may be a better way? Any thoughts?? #Lasse was discussing this recently but I cannot find the thread.,
  6. Surprising O2 saturation levels, Jun 23, 2018
  7. Mortie31

    Is putting Hydrogen peroxide into a tank safe? Just looked at the oxydator and they look interesting and I know #Lasse swears by them
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