Trace Elements/chemicals

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I have two corals a glove polyp and a goniopora. They are In a 24 gallon tank with a pair of clowns and some hermits. I was just wondering what trace elements chemicals I need to Ensure that I have the healthiest corals on the block! Please and Thankyou!

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I have two corals a glove polyp and a goniopora. They are In a 24 gallon tank with a pair of clowns and some hermits. I was just wondering what trace elements chemicals I need to Ensure that I have the healthiest corals on the block! Please and Thankyou!

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You’re best bet is to rely on regular water changes to replenish trade elements and vitamins! I’d recommend using Red Sea (blue bucket if planning to keep only LPS and softies) and you’ll have great results! I personally bought the Pro salt before reading into the blue bucket which does just as amazing
 
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You’re best bet is to rely on regular water changes to replenish trade elements and vitamins! I’d recommend using Red Sea (blue bucket if planning to keep only LPS and softies) and you’ll have great results! I personally bought the Pro salt before reading into the blue bucket which does just as amazing
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