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The aversion is 4 centimeters of sponges of the thickness. PAR is around 300.
 
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ゼニナイヨsystem(スポンジ嫌気)にモンモリ+レアメタルで水質バッチリ✌️土壌バクテリアでスキマーのカップにヘドロが溜まれば貧低栄養塩が出来ています。珊瑚の色揚げは波長よりも添加をした方が手っ取り早い。T5のクソ波長も添加で色揚げしますからね。


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Salt is Tetra. The light is a micmol 110w.
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2024year。90cm aquarium

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Amino acids, vitamins, iron, potassium, iodine, vanadium, and molybdenum necessary for coral are added to the water quality. Fish excrement serves as fertilizer for the coral's zooxanthellae, which tends to turn brown, so we feed them phytoplankton food instead. Let polyps absorb organic minerals and bloom in full bloom
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I need to go to Japan to see this in person. The language barrier frustrates me, I'm sure we could learn so much more about different approaches throughout the world.
Some of the coral is so thick in these pictures it's almost unbelievable, although I don't like some of the pale colours.
 

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I read as much as I could understand. Beautiful tank!

Can someone answer, did he basically use a reef moonshiner method way back in 2015 as well as adding a carbon for bacteria??

Is that what he was trying to explain?
 

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