Discussion in 'World Wide Corals' started by WWC, Mar 30, 2016.
I thought I remember reading they keep NO3 around 20ppm but I would also be interested to hear.
I'm lucky enough to have these guys in my "backyard", this tank is so mesmerizing that when I go there my wife usually has to kick me so I can wake up and clean my drools
I see that a lot with these tank I'm really interested to know the lighting intensity and peak durations.
Mike Paletta just did a great article about this and talks about our parameters in the article as well.
You can find it in the link below.
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I know I'm late to the party but WOW!!!!!
Very pretty I just mentally added it to the want list!
What type of iodine do you dose?
Thank you great article. I assume then your lighting is very intense and a 8-9 hour peak?
Just messing around in the tank recently with the camera
BW Lugos Solution
We run a 10 hour schedule on almost all our systems and we can gladly send you our Ecotech Radion schedule.
Chris @WWC please send me the Radion schedule. I'd love to give it a try. I understand the Radions are supplemented with T5 as well. Care to share which T5 bulbs you run?
Please do. Thank you!
I would love to get the radion schedule as well
Wow incredible tank.
Would u be kind to tell me what this lokani like acro in the corner
Here is the current light schedule for the Radions in the 900g. Below is the .etg file.
Keep in mind we peak early because we are a business so at home you would want the peak to be in the middle of the schedule typically.
I noticed WWC runs radion G4's in all their tanks. Some tanks though solely led fixtures while others with leds with T5's.
Why of the difference?
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