Thanks for the reply and advice Rakie! I’ve not had issue with phosphates in my tank at all and I’m lucky being I’m in Florida and we are basically living on top of a state of phosphate. I’ve tried dosing hard with magnesium with no success. The bryopsis does show wilting but it always comes back with a vengeance and now it’s taken hold on every thing in my tank coral and rock alike. My polyps are growing vines with algae grapes on them too now so it’s attempting to spread but I’ve been vigilant in plucking them with tweezers when I see them and rinsing them in RoDi water to make sure no spores remain to infect further. I’m a heavy feeder when I feed my fish and coral but I’m not overboard. One thing I wanted to ask is should I turn my protein skimmer on a few hours after I feed to help clean out waste from fish and such or should I leave it off with the duty of doing s good size water change after the 15 day mark? I’m not running any other reactors or mechanical items on my tank I’m a manual doser for supplements and what not. I’m just touchy about leaving my fish to swim in dirty water and don’t want them to be uncomfortable.