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Old 07-03-2019, 08:16 AM
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Ich persönlich würde die Elemente nicht mit CoralSnow mischen sondern sie einzeln zugeben. Wenn Du CoralSnow dosierst kannst Du die „Wirkung“ verstärken indem Du die manuelle Filterung, in diesem Fall den Fliessfilter umgehst sofern das möglich ist.

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Ok Alexander, dass ist wieder eine Neue Ansicht...gibt es einen Grund warum nicht mischen....wird ja empfohlen die elemente im wechsel mit CS zu mischen 5min stehen lassen usw....soll angeblich die Wirkung verbessern. Ach Cyano Clean + CS soll besser wirken...ob das stimmt keine Ahnung...

Denke das mit dem Umgehen ist das kleinste Problem...T-Stück und zwei Absperrhähne

Grüsse und Danke für die Infos
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Old 07-04-2019, 02:06 AM
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Hallo Artur, ich persönlich habe nur BioMate, ZeoBac und ZeoZym zeitweise gemischt, alle anderen Elemente habe ich separat dosiert da ich beim Mischen keinen Unterschied festgestellt habe. CyanoClean kann ebenfalls mit CoralSnow gemischt werden.

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Old 08-12-2019, 01:57 AM
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Guten Morgen,

etwas sehr ruhig hier im Forum...läuft es bei allen so gut, dass keiner berichtet oder alle im Urlaub....

Anbei mal der aktuelle Zustand meines ZeoVit Beckens...läuft ganz gut KH Verbrauch steigt schön....

Kämpfe momentan mit leichten Cyanos rot + grün ist zwar sehr ärgerlich, aber habe viele Tips von Nutzern bekommen....
Denke in dem Guid sollten paar von diesen Tips auch erfasst werden...zB was überhaupt ZeoStart / Zeofood macht, was eine Erhöhung bewirkt...man muss nicht die Formel nennen oder den Inhalt aber gewisse Punkte wären denke ich sehr hilfreich....für Unerfahrerene wie mich und ggf. für Leute die Nutzer werden wollen....

Qualität ist immer noch :dr: :dr: Sorry










































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Old 08-12-2019, 08:13 AM
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Hi Alex,

würde gerne mal den Versuch gegen die Cyanos fahren A-Balance + CyanoClean + Snow zusammen zu mischen, stehen lassen und rein....ist das so möglich oder Kontraproduktiv/unnötig ??

Soll ich dass A-Balance/Clean/Snow täglich dosieren oder soll was nicht dosiert werden ??




Wäre eine Behandlung mit Phytoplankton Synechococcus sp. im Sinne des ZeoVit Systems machbar ??

Was sagst du als Kenner ??

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Old 08-12-2019, 09:41 AM
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Hello ArturW33, this is my little idea

The picture gives me the feeling -
1. The nutrients seem a bit high
2. The water doesn't look clear. The organics seem to be high.

Cyano problem
A-Balance, I have no experience with products at present.
CyanoClean + Snow, I have not used this combination experience, it can be mixed. You can also try a 2:1 dose of CoralSnow+Zeo Bac for 10 days and temporarily turn off skimmer 2hr after dosing. Keep the skimmer wet.

Also, temporarily stop adding Jod komplex
The nutritional/colored additive portion, ZeoAA Xtra, etc., is tried at a dose of 1/2.

Check if the reactor flow is at the appropriate hourly flow rate

Change water 5~10% per week
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:40 AM
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Hi Jacky,

the pictures are very bad....so it look better like we can see on it.

Jod I do not dose since two weeks Xtra only 3.5ml the half of it.
Water changing 10% (70L) per week.
I am really angry that nobody of the producer can tell us what we can do....
I get only information of trying to dose this or maybe this I am not a Testing person who get the parts for free....

What’s about to dose Phytoplankton Synechococcus sp.
I read a lot of positiv Resultats...is it ok to use it with ZeoVit



















The skimmer are really wett and I use a Rollermat too....
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Old 08-12-2019, 01:32 PM
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Usually when water is in a malnourished environment, coral tissue should be lighter and good PE

Cyano problems, lighting, water flow, etc. are all possible. But most Cyano problems are nothing more than equals the accumulation of organic matter. I think we can start to improve and improve the water quality.

We can try to do this

Check if Ro/di is good, Tds=0

A toothbrush is a good helper for you to clean the rock as much as possible. The aggregates on the glass are also scraped and cleaned as much as possible.

Reduce nutrient addition and reduce 1/2 dose in your regular plan.

The current Cyano problem, with the appearance of corals, is not required for any nutrient additions, you can consider low doses. (If it is me, I only keep the Zeo base, Let tank get a temporary purification)

Check if the reactor is in the recommended hourly flow

CyanoClean I have no experience, you can follow the recommended dosage of the guide

Keep/correct Zeo base additions

2:1 dose Zeo CoralSnow + Zeo Bac for 10 days. Skimmer is temporarily turned off after the addition, so that the bond stays more with the main display system. After adjusting the Skimmer wet.

Use the Zeo brand of activated carbon.

Iodine and iron, these are all fuels.

Reduce/stop nutrient input, clean the toothbrush as much as possible, and output as much as possible.

Cyano and some small bubbles of photosynthesis are on the rocks, usually 8 to 10 hours, you can slightly reduce the white light to 6hr. Anyway, let’s try to improve the water quality first.

Try to do this and see if things help
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Old 08-12-2019, 01:46 PM
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The fish in the penultimate picture looks cool. Does it not eat coral?
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Hallo Artur,

Ich sehe theoretisch kein Problem A-Balance + CyanoClean + Snow zu mischen jedoch sollte man A-Balance nicht täglich wie CyanoClean zugeben. Ich würde ehr dahin tendieren CyanoClean + Snow zu mischen und A-Balance separat zu dosieren.

Unter diesem Link findest Du noch da ältere PDF Guide zu dem System, dort sind einige wichtige Punkte sowie die Wirkung der verschiedenen Produkte beschrieben.

http://www.korallen-zucht.de/files/z...tsch_11-08.pdf

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Good Morning Jacky,

ok let's try to do you sugguest steps...I hope it will be good. The corals are looking good but I hat Cyanos ;-) I measured my Po4 yesturday...it was high 0,08 hmmm
So I have change one thing...if it is the source I will let you know what it was ;-)

Morgen G. Alexander,

der Link funktioniert nicht....A-Balance dosiere ich nur 2x pro Woche a 7ml. Ok werde jetzt mal morgens CyanoClean und abendes mit Snow dosieren....mal sehen ob es was wirkt.
Hat jemand schon mal das mit Phytoplankton Synechococcus sp. versucht oder würde es das ganze ZeoVit System stören ??

Best regards / Grüsse
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Old 08-13-2019, 03:21 AM
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If you want, get BioMate, 14 drops every other day. Believe it is also a good choice

PO4=0.08. Maybe NO3 is measurable
Actual measurement of ZeoVit reactor flow, release results
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Old 08-13-2019, 04:50 AM
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Hi Jacky,

this are now what I dose...should I dose mate now 14 drops on this two days....

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Old 08-13-2019, 11:52 PM
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Hallo Artur, schade dass der Link nicht mehr funktioniert, ich habe das Guide noch in englischer Sprache gefunden:

https://www.korallen-zucht.de/cms/fi..._english-1.pdf

Die Zugabe von Plankton sehe ich als nicht kritisch an, es ist jedoch oft so dass speziell Phytoplanktion viel PO4 enthalten kann.

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Old 08-14-2019, 12:08 AM
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Phytoplankton Synechococcus sp I don't have experience with this product, your dosing plan is very good, I am surprised that PO4=0.08. Originally I wanted to see the full picture of Sump, maybe what I found. But as G. said, plant systems may contain large amounts of PO4.
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