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Old 08-26-2018, 01:58 AM
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First, I recommend downloading the dose guide from the following locations:

Http://www.korallen-zucht.de/files/z..._english-1.pdf

It contains a lot of useful information to help you understand the dose.

I suggest you make some changes from the beginning.

Start by reducing nutrition from the basic products:

1. Place 1 liter of zeovit into the Zeo reactor. The water flow is approximately 400 liters per hour. The reactor pump was connected to a clock timer and the reactor pump was run for a start time of 3 hours / 3 hours / 3 hours. When shutting down the pump, make sure that the zeolite is not exposed to the air. Clean the materials daily. The zeolite was left in the filter for 4 weeks until the first replacement. This is the first replacement interval and the others may be extended to 6-8 weeks.

2. Place 0.4 liters of activated carbon into the filter bag and place it in a passive stream of water in the sump, changing every 30 days. Rub the carbon every day to keep the surface clean. Most users get the perfect result with korallenzucht carbon.

3. Take 4 drops of ZeoBac daily for the first 2 weeks, 2 to 3 times a week, 4 drops each time. Take 0.4 ml of ZeoStart3 twice a day (morning and evening). They are put into use before the Zeo reactor pump is switched on.

Later you can use other products for coral staining. Adjust your skimmer to keep it moist, keep it clean, and export as much as possible. Add water with salt and change water 5-10% per week.

When using this system, it is not recommended to use PO4 absorbent. Since the system takes time to get started, removing all PO4 absorbers at immediate startup can be a problem. My advice is to add another 2/3 of the absorbent and then gradually reduce the rest to zero over the next 6-8 weeks. If you do this, keep an eye on the PO4 level that should not be added.

The basic water parameters look good and try to stay stable in the following range of New South Wales:

KH 6.5 - 7.5
Ca 400 - 420 mg
Mg 1250 - 1300 mg
K + ~380 mg

For malnourished environments, K + (potassium) seems to be an important factor. I suggest you also get a test kit for this element and post your results.

Since you already have some extra algae problems, you can do the following:

SpongePower - 4 drops every other day
Kz coral snow 4ml per day,
(Vacuuming when changing water)
Kz cv 4 drops 2 times a week
kz xtra 4ml 2 times a week
kz AA 4 drops once a week
Other potions temporarily stop adding

Try changing the water to refresh the element balance 10%, 3 times in 10 days (note the same as the old and new water temperature SG)

This is a starting dose that may need to be adjusted later.

Remember, this is just my advice to you, maybe it helps, it doesn't harm the corals.

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The ZEOvit phase depends on the level of nutrition and the appearance of the coral. The nutrient composition is relatively high [with the "pooling reserve"] and the color of the coral is dull. Polyp extensions may or may not exist.

Consider the start of the Stage 1 ZEOvit method. Basic 4 is used to reduce nutrients in a balanced manner. With the consumption of nutrients and "reserves", the corals become brighter, the appearance is lighter, and the dose of corn becomes less.

In the second stage [~3-6mos], the coral continues to color and the nutrients become more exhausted. However, at this stage, if the administration is stopped for more than a few days, the nutrients start to rise again and the corals become darker. This is because the “pooling reserve” still exists.

Stage 3 [5-10 months] is characterized by the nutritional stability and color appearance of the coral, ie. If the dose of zeo is not many days, then N03/P04 will not increase and the color of the coral will remain very fast. At this stage, the stored nutrients are exhausted, the use of Bak / Food7 / Start is very low, and the coral color is dense.


Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3.
This is for a purposeful reason.
For example: elemental and nutrient addition, usually perform well in a malnourished environment, and the foundation is stabilized to have more space to play.

Last edited by jacky; 08-26-2018 at 02:09 AM.
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Old 08-26-2018, 04:43 AM
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First, I recommend downloading the dose guide from the following locations:

Http://www.korallen-zucht.de/files/z..._english-1.pdf

It contains a lot of useful information to help you understand the dose.

I suggest you make some changes from the beginning.

Start by reducing nutrition from the basic products:

1. Place 1 liter of zeovit into the Zeo reactor. The water flow is approximately 400 liters per hour. The reactor pump was connected to a clock timer and the reactor pump was run for a start time of 3 hours / 3 hours / 3 hours. When shutting down the pump, make sure that the zeolite is not exposed to the air. Clean the materials daily. The zeolite was left in the filter for 4 weeks until the first replacement. This is the first replacement interval and the others may be extended to 6-8 weeks.

2. Place 0.4 liters of activated carbon into the filter bag and place it in a passive stream of water in the sump, changing every 30 days. Rub the carbon every day to keep the surface clean. Most users get the perfect result with korallenzucht carbon.

3. Take 4 drops of ZeoBac daily for the first 2 weeks, 2 to 3 times a week, 4 drops each time. Take 0.4 ml of ZeoStart3 twice a day (morning and evening). They are put into use before the Zeo reactor pump is switched on.

Later you can use other products for coral staining. Adjust your skimmer to keep it moist, keep it clean, and export as much as possible. Add water with salt and change water 5-10% per week.

When using this system, it is not recommended to use PO4 absorbent. Since the system takes time to get started, removing all PO4 absorbers at immediate startup can be a problem. My advice is to add another 2/3 of the absorbent and then gradually reduce the rest to zero over the next 6-8 weeks. If you do this, keep an eye on the PO4 level that should not be added.

The basic water parameters look good and try to stay stable in the following range of New South Wales:

KH 6.5 - 7.5
Ca 400 - 420 mg
Mg 1250 - 1300 mg
K + ~380 mg

For malnourished environments, K + (potassium) seems to be an important factor. I suggest you also get a test kit for this element and post your results.

Since you already have some extra algae problems, you can do the following:

SpongePower - 4 drops every other day
Kz coral snow 4ml per day,
(Vacuuming when changing water)
Kz cv 4 drops 2 times a week
kz xtra 4ml 2 times a week
kz AA 4 drops once a week
Other potions temporarily stop adding

Try changing the water to refresh the element balance 10%, 3 times in 10 days (note the same as the old and new water temperature SG)

This is a starting dose that may need to be adjusted later.

Remember, this is just my advice to you, maybe it helps, it doesn't harm the corals.

===========

The ZEOvit phase depends on the level of nutrition and the appearance of the coral. The nutrient composition is relatively high [with the "pooling reserve"] and the color of the coral is dull. Polyp extensions may or may not exist.

Consider the start of the Stage 1 ZEOvit method. Basic 4 is used to reduce nutrients in a balanced manner. With the consumption of nutrients and "reserves", the corals become brighter, the appearance is lighter, and the dose of corn becomes less.

In the second stage [~3-6mos], the coral continues to color and the nutrients become more exhausted. However, at this stage, if the administration is stopped for more than a few days, the nutrients start to rise again and the corals become darker. This is because the “pooling reserve” still exists.

Stage 3 [5-10 months] is characterized by the nutritional stability and color appearance of the coral, ie. If the dose of zeo is not many days, then N03/P04 will not increase and the color of the coral will remain very fast. At this stage, the stored nutrients are exhausted, the use of Bak / Food7 / Start is very low, and the coral color is dense.


Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3.
This is for a purposeful reason.
For example: elemental and nutrient addition, usually perform well in a malnourished environment, and the foundation is stabilized to have more space to play.
Thanks, i make a new Thread in the english Forum. Alex also had wrote me.
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