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My levels were too low to tell. Probably why it never grew, but had just enough to stay alive. I always have Nitrate just barely detectable on the regular Red Sea Kit. Around 1 ppm. PO4 varies more but usually 0.03 - 0.10 ppm.
 

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It is my opinion, FWIW, that there are many advantages to macroalgae (and plants) beyond nutrient export. Some related to pH, O2, metals, and things we may not fully understand yet, but observe.
 
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Thats cool, definitely going to have to try it. Im sure my mandarin and leopard wrasse and fang blenny will love it too with all the extra pods. Do you still have a refugium
 
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Everything is doing better corals growing and fish doing good. Sadly my coral beauty died due to internal parasites i believe. Got an acan and duncan frag and thats all thats new.
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Im unsure of what happened the duncan but its beginning to look less dead but hasnt improved from this
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I beleive its a toxic lime echinata?
 

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