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Good choice...don’t be too concerned if they don’t take to it straight away, they can turn their noises up at different foods. until they realise it’s good to eat.

Well.. What I'm assuming is the dinos I was fighting pop back up, which makes me think my phos reading may have been wrong? Testing again soon. Probably should have said my lfs only had the lr, not the ulr.
 

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Well.. What I'm assuming is the dinos I was fighting pop back up, which makes me think my phos reading may have been wrong? Testing again soon. Probably should have said my lfs only had the lr, not the ulr.

you need to get your testing down or you don’t know what you are trying to fight.

as said I doubt your PO4 was off the charts.

Feeding the frenzy will help with the PO4, your nitrates are good, just keep an eye they don’t go up much, if they do , a slightly bigger w/c will help, or doing them sooner.

get your testing to where you trust the reasons.
 
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