lol, I know right? I don't mind having higher residual levels. Higher levels just mean more manual cleaning every week for me because the dominant nuisance algae/pests starts taking over faster. Luckily, for my tank., it is only brown/green film algae.Wow that's high phosphate but your corals are obviously digging it.
Hey, thanks buddy! Hmmm...not sure if this is considered success yet. It still has a lot to grow. Don't want to get ahead of myself. haha It has only been up and running for about 16 months or so but it is slowly getting there. There is still a ton to monitor, do and learn.Wow! That is a beautiful bare bottom tank. Would you attribute the success to seeded media/sponges/rock from old system or something else?
Thank you! I'm enjoying the tank more now that I've been working from home the past year and have more time to observe. Good choice on the CD tank. They are well built tanks but the wait can be long at times. I've always had their tanks in the past when they were Leemar. Good luck on your build and most importantly. Have fun with it!Love the build! Corals look great too. I bought a CD 48x28x22 in February. Should be ready next month. Following your build now.