Discussion in 'ASAP' started by Xiztence, Feb 11, 2010.
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If it ate, agreed...there may be hope...It would also be good to check you PO4.
Alright good to hear and PO4? Phosphate?
Phosphate...yes. A LFS can run a test for you if you want to save the cost of a kit.
I did not look at your setup, are you running phosphate reactor of one sort or another...if so, and you change the media every 4 - 12 weeks...then I'd expect your results to be very low and not a concern...
Yes, phosphate. Just because it's eating don't assume it's still doing good. It may be too far gone to save.
I have a Fuge with caulerpa thats about it lol But yeah is this a good test kit?
Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Reef Master Test Kit
That's what I use
Alright I will buy this kit, Is it fairly accurate?
In a sense yes. There are other testers out there that will test for low level PO4. This one gives you a good idea as to where your levels are but if you want to know exactly, there are other, not sure which ones, that will give very precise low level readings.
you bought a sebae anemone, hte hardest anemone to care for, and you dont even know that they host zooxanthae, and algae that almost all corals have that are photosynthetic, and you expected to have a positive outcome? soory man but it doesnt sound like you are ready for an anemone like this. how old is your tank exactly? sorry not trying to be mean but it sounds like you dont know much about these anemones.
I am using it during the startup of my current system. It is a quick, repeatable, and "easy enough" to use kit...
However, as I'm running out of reagents, I'm shifting to Salifert test kits. These are a bit more difficult to read the results, but they provide finer detail and lower level results...
Salifert Aquarium Test Kits - English
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