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Old 05-24-2018, 06:20 PM
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I have some problems.
1. I have some bubbles like on the photo
2. Some sps are still almost white nothing change after zeovit and also one of them lost colours and went white too

I am dosin zeobak, Zeostart ,3 drop zeofood per week, carbon , cal 410 mag 1500 kh 6.5 pot 405




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Sorry, can not see much of the problem on the pictures they are to blue. Are those bubbles also there when the lights are off ?

Also are they attached to the corals directly or just on the substrate ?

Can you please also post the actual K+ level of your system ?

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Old 06-10-2018, 02:16 PM
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I am loosing sps from bottom like in the picture. More sps are healty but some of them are not good. Something is wrong but I dont know why.
Cal 420
Mag 1500
Kh6.7
Pot 400
Fos 0.01
Nit 0
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25-26 C

Zeobac 3 drop zeovit 0.3 lt zeostart 3 ml
Carbon 0.3 lt



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Thank you for the picture update, much better.

The Mg level of your system is really high, do you have a idea where the high level is coming from ?

Have you already cross check your Mg test if it is accurate and also cross check your salinity measuring instrument with a different, accurate one ?

Please also measure the flow through your ZeoVit reactor by collecting the water from the reactor outlet for 30 seconds. Multiply the volume by 120 and you will get the output per hour.

Please also post your complete dosing regimen and tell us which kind of carbon you use.

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Old 06-11-2018, 05:25 PM
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I double check everthing. Isee that water is 1027. I took it back to 1025.
My tests are show me now:
Mag 1410
Cal 385
Kh 6.1
Pot 360
I think pot is the problem. I have kz pot iodide fluoride. I add 3 drop to 300 lt. How much should I add to take pot around 400?




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The product does contain to less potassium to have any measurable impact to the system. You need a separate potassium supplement like K-Balance or K-Balance Strong.

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Old 07-14-2018, 08:35 AM
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I see that my dosing pump dose 1ml instead of 0.6 ml Zeostart. Is this big problem. Already pass 3 weeks like that.
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Re-confirmed SG to check magnesium and potassium to the correct level, tip and tissue burning and dissolution, check activated carbon and zeolite, and reconfirm np value, if p is close to 0, it is possible to reduce the amount of start3. And weaken the direct exposure of the led light source to cause tissue symbiotic meat to leave.

The intuition is that the elements are not at the right level. The adsorption class is too powerful, plus direct light, can not resist the damage, causing tissue to detach, another possibility is that water flow can also occur.

Then from the back of the picture, when all the data reaches a stable level, you may need to pay more attention to the organic matter and feed it. On the contrary, my guess is because of the problem of mud algae, so you added start3, but did not bring out the product after the reaction. Then the elements are incorrect or insufficient, causing the corals to be unhealthy and difficult to withstand the light source and appear as a picture.

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Re-confirmed SG to check magnesium and potassium to the correct level, tip and tissue burning and dissolution, check activated carbon and zeolite, and reconfirm np value, if p is close to 0, it is possible to reduce the amount of start3. And weaken the direct exposure of the led light source to cause tissue symbiotic meat to leave.

The intuition is that the elements are not at the right level. The adsorption class is too powerful, plus direct light, can not resist the damage, causing tissue to detach, another possibility is that water flow can also occur.

Then from the back of the picture, when all the data reaches a stable level, you may need to pay more attention to the organic matter and feed it. On the contrary, my guess is because of the problem of mud algae, so you added start3, but did not bring out the product after the reaction. Then the elements are incorrect or insufficient, causing the corals to be unhealthy and difficult to withstand the light source and appear as a picture.
Sorry, there has been a delay and no reply. Combine the above so changing the water is a good way to refresh the balance. Note that the temperature and SG are gradually replacing 5% or 10%.
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It would be the best to dose 2 x 0.3 ml daily if possible. I would recommend you to bring it down slowly by keeping a eye on the PO4 level.

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I have some bubbles now . Picture is not good. What does it make them?




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Nitrate 2 ppm
Phospate 0,06
Potassium 380
Cal 400
Kh 6,7
Mag 1380
Salt 1.025

Only dossing bac start (2x0,3 daily)


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Is there any reason why you just dose ZeoStart ?

Picture quality is bad, is there any kind of a slimy film under the bubbles ? Do they just show up while the lighting period ?

Do you have running a ZeoVit reactor also ?

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Old 08-31-2018, 03:33 AM
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I have zeovit reactor with 0.75 lt. And uzing zeo bac and zeostart. No more additive.
Bubbles are green slimy and I have them all time . Not only lights on.


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As PO4 is a little bit elevated please check if your reactor flow is correct by measuring it but this has nothing to do directly with the green slime you have described. Sounds like green cyanos, can you post a picture of them showing them under normal daylight ?

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