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kevlow
04/20/2017, 03:37 AM
I currently dose Comp 123 [with NP Pro and Pro Bio S].

Is AF Vitality ingredients included in Comp 123? Or is it a completely separate product?

Is there benefit to dosing both products or is it overkill?

Thank you,

Kevin

120reefer
04/20/2017, 05:21 AM
AF Vitality is a completely separate product.

I would highly recommend using these products along with what you are currently dosing

AF Amino mix
AF Build
AF Vitality
AF Energy



AF Vitality :

Supplement containing concentrated vitamins for corals. Emphasizes the intensity of the colour and increases the resistance of coral. Supports recovery of stressed and weakened corals after import or disease. Vitamins are very easily removed by skimming process, ozone or granulated carbon.


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kevlow
04/20/2017, 06:11 AM
AF Vitality is a completely separate product.

I would highly recommend using these products along with what you are currently dosing

AF Amino mix
AF Build
AF Vitality
AF Energy



AF Vitality :

Supplement containing concentrated vitamins for corals. Emphasizes the intensity of the colour and increases the resistance of coral. Supports recovery of stressed and weakened corals after import or disease. Vitamins are very easily removed by skimming process, ozone or granulated carbon.


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Thank you for the fast response.

I make changes and additions very slowly, especially when everything is going good. I currently dose the Comp123, NP, and Pro Bio S and nothing else. I am very happy with how simple and effective the AF products have been for me. I am weighing using the Vitality because of the conversations in the SPS section about dosing vitamins.

I will be expanding my system soon by plumbing in an 80 display. I am excited but nervous about those changes as it is. I will probably order the Vitality and start adding a mild dose to get started.

Hopefully pics will follow of a very happy SPS system.

Thanks again,

Kevin

120reefer
04/20/2017, 06:14 AM
Slow but sure is always the best way! I like your thinking and caution. [emoji4]

You'll love the results! [emoji16][emoji41]


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