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Old 04-05-2019, 10:06 PM
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Can you please update the actual PO4 and NO3 level ?

Also you have mention that you use mineral salt additional, this kind of salt does often contain a lot of trace elements so if you have the feeling that your corals tissue is to dark even if nutrients are stabile low already it might have something to do with the salt.

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PO4(Hanna ULR) : 0.018ppm
NO3(RedSea Nitrate Pro) : 0ppm

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Old 04-05-2019, 10:56 PM
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The water looks foggy, brown algae on the glass, it seems that some Cyano, starting from the improvement of water quality

Because dry rock begins, tank biology seems to be changing

Zeo Basics, ZeoVit Reactor Flow, CoralSnow, Skimmer Wet, Zeo Activated Carbon, Water Change

Marinepure - may not be required
I noticed Marinepure+ dry rock, it seems easy to have some sediment in gray (maybe)

Bringing some quality live rock may be good

Corals are exposed to light, showing pale and tissue polyp tip loss, checking potassium levels with Kh, Ca, Mg, reactor flow, amount of activated carbon / usage. (Sorry, the picture is not very clear, maybe)
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Thank you for the update, I have another question, can you tell me what ICC and IC in your dosing regimen is ?

The film on the glass is not really a issue and I would call it normal, had to clean the glass daily or every other day in my systems also while nutrients where not detactable.

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Thank you for the update, I have another question, can you tell me what ICC and IC in your dosing regimen is ?

The film on the glass is not really a issue and I would call it normal, had to clean the glass daily or every other day in my systems also while nutrients where not detactable.

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"The film on the glass is not really a problem, I call it normal." Sorry, I judged it wrong.
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Thank you for the update, I have another question, can you tell me what ICC and IC in your dosing regimen is ?

The film on the glass is not really a issue and I would call it normal, had to clean the glass daily or every other day in my systems also while nutrients where not detactable.

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Thank you, Alexander.

PIF was wrongly written as ICC.

ICC -> Potassium Iodide Fluoride Concentrate
3drops 3 * week
IC -> Iron Concentrate
3drops 3 * week

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"The film on the glass is not really a problem, I call it normal." Sorry, I judged it wrong.
I attached some pictures of day time.


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The coral looks healthy, in the picture, have you confirmed the potassium level?

If you don't have algae problems and the level of nutrition is low, iodine, and iron need only be slightly supplemented (1 or 2 times a week), or weekly water changes.

If it is me, I will confirm the potassium level to 380 mg, and then consider the Xtra addition. Usually the green coral is light green when the low nutrient level is low, and when the blue coral is not bright, it may be good to add some iodine. select

Iodine and iron also seem to affect zooxanthellae, and iodine and iron do make coral tissue look dark.
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I followed the description of G., ICC, IC, and in #14, you described

[ I use calcium, buffer and mineral salts to operate]

Buffer - I don't know what this is, May be alkalinity buffer

Mineral salt - may be to maintain a certain level of mineral content in the coral tank, but I think this may not be necessary to add extra, just like we use pure Ro / di
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Thank you, things are looking good, basically the dosing regimen is fine if corals tissue is not to dark but this can not really be seen on the pictures. If this is the case you can decrease the dosage of iron and Iodine a little bit. If corals do show good growth it might also make sense to slowly start additional products like XTra to improve coloration. Personally I would dose 6 drops BioMate 2 x- 3 x weekly and stop dosing the mineral salt.

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Thank you, things are looking good, basically the dosing regimen is fine if corals tissue is not to dark but this can not really be seen on the pictures. If this is the case you can decrease the dosage of iron and Iodine a little bit. If corals do show good growth it might also make sense to slowly start additional products like XTra to improve coloration. Personally I would dose 6 drops BioMate 2 x- 3 x weekly and stop dosing the mineral salt.

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Thank you. Alexander.

As you told me, I've changed it.
- Stop the dosing of mineral salts.
- Decrease the dosage of Iron & Iodine.
- Increase the dosage of BM
** I wonder why you want me to increase the BM dosing so much.

The full dosing information is as follows:

Bak 3d * 3/Week
Start3 0.3ml * 2/Day

SP 3d * 3/Week
AA 1d * 3/Week
CV 3d * 3/Week

PIF 2d * 2/Week -> From 3d * 2/week
IC 2d * 2/Week -> From 3d * 2/week
Strontium 3d * 3/Week

PCS 3ml * 1/Week
ZZ 1/4 tsp * 1/Week
BM 6d * 3/Week -> From 3d * 1/week

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I followed the description of G., ICC, IC, and in #14, you described

[ I use calcium, buffer and mineral salts to operate]

Buffer - I don't know what this is, May be alkalinity buffer

Mineral salt - may be to maintain a certain level of mineral content in the coral tank, but I think this may not be necessary to add extra, just like we use pure Ro / di
Thank you. Jacky.

Thank you for always providing me with a variety of information. It's the same as Alexander's, isn't?

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Yes, the same meaning,
sorry, I always interpret badly.

BioMate - Cleaning of sandbed and rock, reduces mulm and phosphates

Sr element, I have not used the experience of adding,
( I don't know 3d * 3 / week Is it feasible?)

In natural seawater, the Sr element is quite small, and it is usually enough to change the water every week.

In my impression, if the elements are not balanced, the first is the precipitation of the Sr element. (Sorry, it deviated from the theme)
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It might reduce the film on the glass a little bit, you can give it a try, if it does not have a impact you can switch back to your original dosage if you like to.

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It might reduce the film on the glass a little bit, you can give it a try, if it does not have a impact you can switch back to your original dosage if you like to.

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Thank you.
Let's try it.

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Hello, Alexander

I will start PX dosing from tomorrow.

Please check if my corals have the proper timing to dosing PX.

Additionally, Because the weather gets warmer and the ventilation was good, the pH was maintained between 8.0 and 8.2, and the occurrence of algae and mulm decreased noticeably.





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