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Old 11/07/2017, 03:32 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by Twinfallz View Post
Yes, recycling is fine, and your corals can take nutrients, but only if the system is balanced. You can tinker with how many fish you have & how much you feed the tank in comparison to your biomass that takes up the inorganic & organic nutrients. But it's excess nutrients I'm thinking of. In a tank that's not intentionally 'balanced' or otherwise, the excess nutrients need to be exported so they don't build up.

We all recycle nutrients to one degree or another.
I am glad we both got on the same page.

I just got (4 hours ago) two more nutrient consumers. A chillie coral and a blue maxima. I did not know clams were so special. It came in its own ice chest from ORA. At less than 2”, it cost $25 per inch. I know some clam farmer needs to buy his daughter a prom dress. I am a big believer in quality. My brothers company slogan was “Quality is not Expensive. It is priceless.” After ten minutes in tank, the yellow tang interrupted the light beam, the clam responded immediately. The chillie looks good to me.

Sorry, unable to post picture.


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