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    I personally don't like them due to noise and...

    I personally don't like them due to noise and frankly the design. But the bio-wheel does allow the beneficial bacteria to grow in a more oxygen-rich environment, which in return allows them to...
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    Besides several dozen different chemical...

    Besides several dozen different chemical interactions..... It is also not instantly. Dump 3mg of pure ammonia into your aquarium. Your filter of a heavy bio-load tank should be able to support this...
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    really depends on gender of better. I have seen...

    really depends on gender of better. I have seen Honey Gourami (w/filter) and a Paradise (bowl) better combination.
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    Still makes sense to me to add in at least rock...

    Still makes sense to me to add in at least rock ruble into the filter also. All the rock on display can become subject to algae, coral growth, frag plugs, and several other "pore-filling" reasons. I...
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    Consider your tanks as a test tube. Natural Sea...

    Consider your tanks as a test tube. Natural Sea water may not always be ideal for our test or aquariums. It has been long a misconseption out aquariums should reflect sea levels perfectly.

    I would...
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    It sholdnt come as a shock to you as I understand...

    It sholdnt come as a shock to you as I understand reef chemistry. The lower salinity levels for FOWLR is reccomend by many many and has been documented as better for them and their health.

    Your...
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    Biggest in sump protein skimmer. UV moving on its...

    Biggest in sump protein skimmer. UV moving on its ownslow pump (under 100GPH). Copper (beauty of no coral). Purigen in form reactor or just media bag. I like Seachem Matrix as biological filter media...
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    What type of biological filtration does this tank...

    What type of biological filtration does this tank have ? Are you relying on depending on the LR or is there another form? The addition of new LR from LFS will surely cause at least some sort of mini...
  9. Thread: Water Changes

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    It depends on your filtration media and your...

    It depends on your filtration media and your systems of denitrification. Things like how much phosphate production you have. Minimal water changes can be performed with appropriate systems in place....
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    Pleased explain what plants you're keeping in...

    Pleased explain what plants you're keeping in your bare bottom tank? I'm curious as to what is going to take in those nutrients being dosed. Do you have floating or planted pots? Stuff on wood like...
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    Good luck with any low carpeting plant.... It's...

    Good luck with any low carpeting plant.... It's going to be tossed around a lot
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    It comes down to budget and noise. Get the...

    It comes down to budget and noise. Get the biggest canister you can afford snd choose the quality you want in that price range. You can't go wrong with a canister. A aquaclear is really the only...
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    The only thing that can REMOVE nitrates is a...

    The only thing that can REMOVE nitrates is a water change, plants, and nitrate feeding bacteria be it in the form of media in a reactor, bacteria substrate, or a combination of bacteria/media in the...
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    Generators

    Generators
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    I don't know of a liquid product that can remove...

    I don't know of a liquid product that can remove nitrates ????
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    The Anubis plant won't even use the flourish...

    The Anubis plant won't even use the flourish water fertilizer hardly as it draws most of its nutrients from the root system. Same with swords and other deep rooting plants.
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    I've had planted tanks for long time buddy...

    I've had planted tanks for long time buddy thanks. I was responding to the user who suggested flourish can end algae out breaks. Thanks for the history lesson
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    This is straight from Seachem Support. It cannot...

    This is straight from Seachem Support. It cannot be dosed daily because of the mix of nutrients. It should only be dosed as labeled, and typically less than labeled for planted aquariums with less...
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    Sometimes people even put excel directly on the...

    Sometimes people even put excel directly on the Anubis leaves outside the aquarium. Similar to the peroxide method mentioned above. I've heard good things about both. I've also seen excel dosing...
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    Flourish actually causes more algae. I think that...

    Flourish actually causes more algae. I think that they meant Excel is good for removing algae. It's organic carbon thst has been known to fix algae problems in the planted aquarium dosed...
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    Way to high of nitrates for any corals. Do as big...

    Way to high of nitrates for any corals. Do as big of a water change as possible to drop nitrates and phosphates. Seriously consider a biopellet reactor to keep these levels down in future..

    Those...
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    8.4 is perfect. You need to consider your pK if...

    8.4 is perfect. You need to consider your pK if you ever want to achieve a stable pH of 8.4. Many salts and buffers do not even over a product with a pK of 8 which means holding a pH higher than 8 is...
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    How many do you run the light ? And yes more info...

    How many do you run the light ? And yes more info on the light would be helpful.

    How much flourish are you putting in once a week?

    Considered dosing Flourish Excel also?
  24. Dosing Prime 4x the amount detoxify nitrite in a...

    Dosing Prime 4x the amount detoxify nitrite in a pinch.
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    Consider a suction cup worm feeder to keep them...

    Consider a suction cup worm feeder to keep them suspended in water. Discus are slow eater for how much they require to eat. It is very typical to have a portion or 2 portions of live worms all day...
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