Discussion in 'Water Chemistry' started by steve wright, Mar 24, 2011.
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I'm almost tempted to order some Ecobak and send it to you!
Can't wait to see results. Im rooting for the vodka lol!
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....and it's on!!!
Great concept! Subscribed, and looking forward to the outcome(s) on this one.
Steve, looks like a great idea. One problem I see is that you may see better results in the first and last tanks since the midle tanks should be getting more light. How much more? I have no real hard numbers but test results have showed that the light output on the end of T5 fixtures is not as bright as the middle of the fixture.
This surely makes my top 3 all time greatest threads list! This is going to be very interesting for sure.
that would be cool, but possibly problematic and very expensive
but thanks dowtish
Im voting for all 4 and may be changing how I do things based on the outcome
it is, time to actually try and get a filthy tank - the irony of which does not escape me
thanks for the help in getting the plan formulated.
thank you Kllrfsh
Thank you gcarroll
I believe your right in that, thats why I blanked off between tanks
but the last inch or 2 of the lamps is less light I believe
if tank 2 or 3 seem (with Vodka and Bio fuel respectively) to be doing better during testing
I can repeat tests at later date changing the positions and place those 2 at either end, and then run the bio pellets and GFO tanks 1 and 4 in the middle - its a great point, and I appreciate the input.
if 1 method seems to work better irrespective of position under the tubes
then I believe, the results would be validated?
thank you reefmonkey
Ill be making the salt water today and hopefully filling and adding rock/ sand tomorrow
also subscribed and looking forward to the readings
This is awesome, Steve.
All I have to say is . . . happy birthday buddy!
hahahahah you never cease to amaze us!!!
So you indicated you would encourage higher levels of nitrates/phosphates etc - at least two or three powder blue tangs in each of those 10 gallon cubes, right? That'd give you some levels to work with!
Really man - subscribing like everyone else to see what your wisdom and patience can reveal about the experimental methods!!!
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