I do reef plus and reef trace on alternate days and as of recent I’ve been paying more attention to alk. Mine up until a month ago was 7.4. So I got reef carbonate and started dosing that every 3rd day. It is now 9.4. Everything has been much brighter and opened more!Are you dosing or just relying on water changes ? I’m currently running a 40 breeder HOB tidal 55 lol really like your scape too
Also I like your scape! That rock is going to look awesome with the zoas ! My next purchases will for sure be a torch and teal Aussie hammer!Are you dosing or just relying on water changes ? I’m currently running a 40 breeder HOB tidal 55 lol really like your scape too
Currently using microbactor 7. It cleaned everything I had last time in a week, GHA and any other type of algae was gone. If it doesn’t work I’ve been reading that microbacter clean will do the trick. Or you can always go the 3 days no lights route and less feeding but that’s worries me for all of the coralsWhat route are you going to use to battle the cyano? I am seeing some in my tank also.
Yes I’m using chemiclean! So far so good. I’m 13 hours in! Fish are great ! Corals are doing good! Maintaining a ph of 8.3 right now.You using a chemi clean for the cyano? I keep it on hand. I have had good luck with it. I have to dose twice to get rid of it though. Seems about once a year I have a bit of red slime show up in my 40b. Tank looks good!
First treatment definitely didn’t do the job, and I did a 10 gallon change after, however I didn’t jump into the 2nd dose because my hammers were super stressed. Any suggestions? Have since cleaned hammers and moved them to the other tank. Thinking of starting another dose in the morningMy tank and sump together are about 60 gallons. I run the first treatment then I do a 10 gallon water change siphoning out any remaining that I see. Then I treat again. If you think the first treatment did the job though you can hold off on the second treatment.