Live Rock Question - KP Aquatics Live Rock Curing Timing/Process

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Will be nice when my sump arrives and I can fill my tank all the way and hide the heaters but this will do for now. . Simple rock layout. MAY get a few more pieces for the left island to give it a little more height.
 

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why did you put a reef in that
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that looks almost cured right now, ill have to go back and re read how long you've had that in there

if it was dying off still, the water wouldn't be that clear this seems post cure. re reading

that's as ideal as one could hope to start a new reef: laser clear, diverse, not stacked 200 pounds but liftable, for tuning. corals will adhere quickly to its surfaces
 

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