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Hair algae problem are solved, very little hair in the glass now and it is food for my Fish. What should i do now. Here are some new picture of my tank. Let help me which not happy and how to improve this. I not sure the coloration of my coral is good or bad, plz comment about that to help me.
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I am very happy that you have done a good job. Are the algae related to the rock material at the hook?
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Pleas post your actual dosing regimen and the actual water parameters, also a list of korallenzucht products you already have. Are the corals growing ?

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my parametter
alk: 6.8 - 7.2
ca: 400
no3: 0
po4: 0 - 0.03
Net water: 340liters
zeobak: 3 drop x3 weekly
zeostar: 0.35 x2 daily
zeosponge: 3 drops x 3 weekly
zeomate: 3 drop x 2 weekly
cv: 3 drop daily
extra specil: 3ml x2 weekly

List of product i have: zeobak, zeofood, zeostart, zeosponge, cv, axit amin lps, coral system, zeo mate, extra special, (zeo snow plus and a balance may be shipped in next week)
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Thank you for the details. The pictures look very blue so a balanced lighting spectrum with not to much blue is usually helpful also. Anyways it might just be the white balance of your camera.

Your dosing regimen and water levels are looking good, as the pictures might not show the real color of the corals can you please try to describe what exactly you like to change ?

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some acopora polyps extensions is not good, not too big. I'm dont have enough experience about coral, i dont know are they happy.
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From the pictures I would say the corals are healthy if the tissue is not to light or to thin, I can not really see it on the pictures.

If the K+ level is already ~ 380 mg dosing 4 drops Iodine 2 x weekly might improve the polyp expansion but just if you do not have issues with cyanos.

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From the pictures I would say the corals are healthy if the tissue is not to light or to thin, I can not really see it on the pictures.

If the K+ level is already ~ 380 mg dosing 4 drops Iodine 2 x weekly might improve the polyp expansion but just if you do not have issues with cyanos.

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Dose i need to test Iodine parameter? What product should i use Idodine complex or Potassium Iodide Fluoride Concentrate. I dont have any problem with cyanos.
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Dose i need to test Iodine parameter? What product should i use Idodine complex or Potassium Iodide Fluoride Concentrate. I dont have any problem with cyanos.
Hello tri989, usually iodine is not easy to test it is not so stable, I usually pass the drug twice a week, it improves the growth of polyps, and when I find that the blue is not so bright, I use PIF, PIF contains some A trace amount of potassium. It is usually 1 drop / 100 L / 25 US gallons. Excessive use is observed by observing the appearance of corals becoming dark and algae. Very low malnutrition water quality is added well
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Dose i need to test Iodine parameter? What product should i use Idodine complex or Potassium Iodide Fluoride Concentrate. I dont have any problem with cyanos.
Both do work fine so it is up to you which one to use. Most people do use PotassiumIodide Fluoride.

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I have a problem now. All parametter are good but i dont know why all my montipora are dying, they bleaching white.
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Can you look at them, clear balance pictures?
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Can you look at them, clear balance pictures?
Sry i dont have good pictures

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Thank you for the picture, the picture seems very blue, my experience is not very good, then usually this type of coral, the lack of potassium is prone to pale phenomenon, whether to confirm K+~380

Potassium and iodine can help organize the growth of polyps

Usually iodine once a week, 2 times

Try to put the coral in a lower position,It doesn't seem to like strong lighting,If the nutrition is low, I find that Zeo CV and some nutritional supplements Zeo AA, Xtra, etc., can also help improve

And Kh is suitable for the range of 6.5~7.5 (nutrition water quality)

Sorry, my experience is not very good, only a little bit of thought
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Old 03-20-2019, 09:23 AM
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my tank have 340 lit. I dose nutrition like the manual CV:3 drops/daily Xtra: 3ml 2- 3 time per week, AA 1,5ml 2 - 3 time per week. Do i need dose more.
I think my coral are dying because of starving
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