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Old 10-16-2019, 10:39 AM
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The following narrative, I feel great, provide you with reference

Consider phase 1 the initiatation of ZEOvit method. The basic 4 are used to reduce nutrients in a balanced manner. As nutrients & "reserves" are depleted, the corals become brighter, lighter in appearance & the quantities of the zeo's dosed becomes less.

Enter phase 2[~3-6mos], the corals continue to colorize more & nutrients are becoming more exhausted. During this phase, however, if dosing is stopped for more than a few days, nutrients again begin to rise, & corals become darker. This is due to "pooled-reserves" still remaining available.
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Old 10-16-2019, 11:06 AM
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The following narrative, I feel great, provide you with reference

Consider phase 1 the initiatation of ZEOvit method. The basic 4 are used to reduce nutrients in a balanced manner. As nutrients & "reserves" are depleted, the corals become brighter, lighter in appearance & the quantities of the zeo's dosed becomes less.

Enter phase 2[~3-6mos], the corals continue to colorize more & nutrients are becoming more exhausted. During this phase, however, if dosing is stopped for more than a few days, nutrients again begin to rise, & corals become darker. This is due to "pooled-reserves" still remaining available.
Well noted. Thank you

Is it fine to target feed corals (scolamiya) with reefroids and pellet food in Phase one, like once in a week Or feeding or corals is not required?

I have lot of sclomiya in my tank, I will share picture of my display tank for your reference

https://ibb.co/Y2bx2dt

Thank you

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Old 10-16-2019, 11:31 AM
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I really don't have to worry too much about coral hunger. I just need the Zeo foundation to build this foundation and stabilize it (low malnutrition water quality).

What is the current level of N and P, can you tell me? Thank you
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Old 11-01-2019, 02:15 AM
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Dear guys, I completed my 4 weeks today, so today I need to change the zeovit media I have following questions

1. Do I need to wash the media with Rodi water or current tank water or it does not needs to be washed at all?
2. Can I dose Zeoback directly into the reactor today when I am changing the media?
3. From today till next 10 days I dose 7 drops of Zeoback every day?

Also overall in 4 weeks I have observed that corals have started to loose some colours over all health of sps is fine and polyp extension is good but I see some decrease in color. As if now I am only dosing Zeoback, 1.4ml Zeostart and Sponge Power as per your advice and nothing else. Please suggest

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Old 11-01-2019, 02:16 AM
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As of now I am dosing 1.4ml Zeostart, Zeoback and Sponge Power
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Old 11-01-2019, 04:01 AM
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Basically, the ZeoVit material can be soaked for several days using Ro/di water and replaced with water several times. If you don't do this, basically no problem, use Ro/di water to rinse the material slightly.

Yes, if you prefer, you can also try to drop Zeo Start near the reactor inlet.

"Every time after replacing ZeoVit material, Zeo Bac x10 days. (1 drop / 25 US gallons)

ZeoVit material retained in the first 4 weeks, the first replacement of the old ZeoVit material 90%, the new 10% (should be I am not sure), ZeoBac 10 days, 2 weeks later, if the coral is healthy, the reactor switches to continuous flow

Low malnutrition water quality, potassium to 380 mg
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