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Arringar
08/03/2017, 10:06 PM
I have a 90 gallon tank that I've kind of overloaded with SPS and I need some help improving the aquascaping a bit. Every time I look at it I just don't see a way to get everything onto the rocks and off the sand bed, but I have faith that it is possible.

I would really appreciate suggestions (that don't involve getting rid of any of my corals, even the giant GSP lol).

Photo below. Ignore the GHA, I have the nutrients under control now but rocks are leaching phosphate and it is already on the mend. Just haven't harvested it in several weeks.

https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170804/ade17fb67bfbe5da372cd862277dafb6.jpg

fishguy597
08/05/2017, 09:41 AM
Im going to mount my coral on bigger pieces of lr rubble. Drill holes into those pieces then use 1/4" acryllic rods to put inside the holes. Then im going to drill 1/4" holes all over my lr to put the frags into. Kinda like a frag rack. This way i can play with different heights for light and water flow.

Arringar
08/06/2017, 03:19 PM
I think I'm just going to have to remove the huge GSP on the right. My husband is going to be mad about it because it is his favorite. He prefers the movement over my sticks. lol

I have some nice flat pieces of rock that are dry and can be epoxied together. I think I will use those with your idea of drilling holes for frag plugs so things are easily adjusted later.

edwardwilliams
08/12/2017, 08:48 PM
Im doin the same remove the gsp and put it in the sand.