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Old 06-02-2018, 11:23 PM
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The dosing regimen you use:

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ZeoBac – 6 drops 2 times per week
Start3 - 0.3 ml 2 x daily
Sponge Power - 6 drops 3 times per week
CV - 12 drops 2 x per week
Xtra - 6ml 2 x per week
Bb - 6ml 3 x per week
Plf 6 drops 2 times per week
AA 6 drops 1 times per week
Is basically a dosing regimen which should work fine also over a longer period.

Please take a look at this document:

https://cms.korallen-zucht.de/files/...efing_engl.pdf

It does describe the effects of each product and let me know what your feeling is about which product would improve your corals furthermore.

Dosing can differ, I have always dosed depending to the look of the coals (coloration elements). I give you a example, if corals growth is lower, element consumption does also decrease.

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The dosing regimen you use:



Is basically a dosing regimen which should work fine also over a longer period.

Please take a look at this document:

https://cms.korallen-zucht.de/files/...efing_engl.pdf

It does describe the effects of each product and let me know what your feeling is about which product would improve your corals furthermore.

Dosing can differ, I have always dosed depending to the look of the coals (coloration elements). I give you a example, if corals growth is lower, element consumption does also decrease.

G.Alexander

This answer is too broad, I continue as follows
ZeoBac - 6 times a week, 2 times
Start 3-0.3 ml 2 x daily
Sponge Energy - 6 times per week, 3 times each time
CV - 12 times a week, 2 times each time
Xtra - 6ml twice a week
Bb - 6ml 3 times a week
Plf 6 drops 2 times a week
AA 6 times, once per week
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Old 06-04-2018, 03:03 AM
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Well do not know which more detailed information I should give you as it is really difficult to fine tune coral coloration just seeing pictures as corals do usually look different than on the pictures.

Basically if your corals are growing well, showing good polyp expansion and the colors are as they should be you can continue with your dosing regimen, otherwise depending to the different colors it might make sense to add additional elements from the product line to your dosing regimen but therefore pictures are not ideal to justice.

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Well do not know which more detailed information I should give you as it is really difficult to fine tune coral coloration just seeing pictures as corals do usually look different than on the pictures.

Basically if your corals are growing well, showing good polyp expansion and the colors are as they should be you can continue with your dosing regimen, otherwise depending to the different colors it might make sense to add additional elements from the product line to your dosing regimen but therefore pictures are not ideal to justice.

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Yes, it's true. The corals are well-growth and show good polyp expansion and color. The last five pictures I posted were shot with a single-lens camera. It was also seen with the eyes. I don't have direction. That's why I'm asking here. Today I observed that most of the colors of most corals are still ok, but they are not so intense and strong. I hope to deepen the colors. There is an idea. For example: Add an xtra. What do you think? I just tested the water quality sg-1.025, Ph-8.30, kh-7.58, ca-380, mg-1230, k-390, no3- approaching 0, po4-0.00ppm
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Old 06-05-2018, 03:46 AM
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More XTra can improve coloration, if overdosed corals tissue is getting to dark and in some cases algae or a brown film might grow. Maybe worth a try.

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More XTra can improve coloration, if overdosed corals tissue is getting to dark and in some cases algae or a brown film might grow. Maybe worth a try.

G.Alexander

Thanks G. I probably know what you mean. I read the guide and watched carefully for changes in the corals, like red potassium bb, blue plf, green iron, just like I observed that sp can have good tip coloring, and it looks like It helps with blue (my observations) and using bb can reduce coral tissue. So now the corals have good PE and growth, and they must keep low nutrient levels before they are added.
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Old 06-06-2018, 02:58 AM
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If dosing the coloration elements it is the best to observe the corals, they are the best indicator for it.

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