- Jan 28, 2018
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The problem is they are not algae and no herbivore eats dinos or cyano, in fact, dino's kills your snails when they are forced to eat it. The issue is that yes I do have low nutrients but not super low and according to all the literature I have what should be perfect for what I am trying to achieve. So i want to know how to balance out and reduce the dino's and cyano so that they are no longer a visible problem yet still maintain great conditions for a sps reef tank that is full of colorful growing coral. Simple lol
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How old is the tank? I would never intentionally keep nitrates that low, I don't care what red sea or anyone else says. Not that you're doing it intentionally, but you're either importing too little or exporting too much.. Too many things can go wrong bottoming out nutrients and plenty of people have colorful healthy sps tanks with 25+ ppm nitrate. I personally consider .25 ppm super low.