No wc, softies only tank, dosing?

Discussion in 'Water Chemistry' started by nanomania, May 17, 2015.

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  1. Vinnyboombatz

    Vinnyboombatz Giant Squid

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    Ouch.That hurts.
     
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  3. nanomania

    nanomania Vagabond Butterfly

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    Yup... :(
     
  4. nanomania

    nanomania Vagabond Butterfly

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    Ill start with seachem salt... coz i hate redsea, 2ice i had a problem with redsea coralpro salt, the water remained white... had to dump all the water and then remade... never tried seachem salt but its available here.... also i read about garf bulletproof reef, the supplements they use are all seachem... they too change water 10% montlhy..
     
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    Have you tested your tap water for phosphate and nitrates?
     
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    nanomania Vagabond Butterfly

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    No, but iv tested filtered water, tds is 50, no3 30 and po4 i dont know
     
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    Wow that seems really high for filtered water.
     
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    So guys this is the reason i wana go for no wc tank and jus supplementation. And jus soft corals for time being... then if evrrything seems to do fine, then lps and then sps