I got one of theseHave a little Dino flare up going again. It’s hard to stay on top of phosphates and not let them bottom out. I am dosing 10 ml per day to keep .10 on Hannah. I honestly need to remove the mg from my doser and add phosphate. Anyway, cabinet is looking good lol.
I know blue is annoying but phone pics are no bueno and pics make a thread interesting.
Nothing at all to remove. No skimmer even. If I stopped dosing, I would go from .11 on a Hanna down to 0 in 2 days.Been enjoying your thread. I must say, I have never ever had a problem keeping phosphates up in the tanks I’ve run. I did battle dinos once after using GFO and carbon dosing simultaneously and not paying close enough attention. I am amazed you have such low phosphates. Are you doing anything else to remove them?
I have found that adding reef roids and similar foods adds plenty of phosphate. Your corals might like it too!
My belief is the mined dry rock absorbs it like crazy and that’s why so many new dry rock tanks get dinos. Previous dry rock when pukani was around had rocks already saturated with p04 so there was not much of any issue back then.That’s really interesting. Must have awesome bacteria living in your tank.