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Sparky88

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#81
How much? sorry my post was a little raided
Dong is first class, like mentioning the good deal frank180reef gave me. Pretty cool to give props to the compaction. Id def wait for him, but take that for what it is. "A second opinion from a stranger on the internet"
 

dz6t

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#82
I actually did some testing and I dumped 16oz a day in a 180 gal frag tank system for over two weeks trying to see if I could raise my phosphates using the phytoplankton and it did not raise my phosphates nor my nitrates.




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What type of fertilizer are you using?
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jsak1976

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BRS Member
#84
I actually did some testing and I dumped 16oz a day in a 180 gal frag tank system for over two weeks trying to see if I could raise my phosphates using the phytoplankton and it did not raise my phosphates nor my nitrates.




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What type of fertilizer are you using?
Thanks


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Fritz f/2 fertilizer from amazon


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dz6t

Acro Garden, BRS Sponsor
BRS Member
#85
I actually did some testing and I dumped 16oz a day in a 180 gal frag tank system for over two weeks trying to see if I could raise my phosphates using the phytoplankton and it did not raise my phosphates nor my nitrates.




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What type of fertilizer are you using?
Thanks


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Fritz f/2 fertilizer from amazon


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Thank you very much.
Are the phytoplankton tanks driven by air pumps only?


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jsak1976

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BRS Member
#86
I actually did some testing and I dumped 16oz a day in a 180 gal frag tank system for over two weeks trying to see if I could raise my phosphates using the phytoplankton and it did not raise my phosphates nor my nitrates.




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What type of fertilizer are you using?
Thanks


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Fritz f/2 fertilizer from amazon


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Thank you very much.
Are the phytoplankton tanks driven by air pumps only?


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Yes correct, I know I’m a drive for you but your more than welcome to come up anytime and check out my set up.


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dz6t

Acro Garden, BRS Sponsor
BRS Member
#87
I actually did some testing and I dumped 16oz a day in a 180 gal frag tank system for over two weeks trying to see if I could raise my phosphates using the phytoplankton and it did not raise my phosphates nor my nitrates.




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What type of fertilizer are you using?
Thanks


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Fritz f/2 fertilizer from amazon


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Thank you very much.
Are the phytoplankton tanks driven by air pumps only?


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Yes correct, I know I’m a drive for you but your more than welcome to come up anytime and check out my set up.


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I will definitely like to drop by sometime to see your setup.
Thank you very much


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#92
Is about 6 to 7 inches, my tank is a acropora dominant tank there is too much flow for the it, the only spot in the tank where is happy is in the back. This thing is too gorgeous to be hidden, it would be happier in someone else tank.
 

FREAKINRICAN69

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BRS Member
#93
Is about 6 to 7 inches, my tank is a acropora dominant tank there is too much flow for the it, the only spot in the tank where is happy is in the back. This thing is too gorgeous to be hidden, it would be happier in someone else tank.
Where are you located?
I'd take it off your hands if you'd like. I'll put it in my wifes nano while i finish piecing together my 130dt.
 

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