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Old 11/14/2017, 09:57 AM   #11
rtparty
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You need to make sure your nitrates and phosphates stay elevated.

How is your coraline growth? I don't see much in the pics but that can be deceiving.

Your tank is still super young since the rock was only cured a month. I find dry rock needs almost 6 months worth of curing before the tank is technically started. Then another 9-12 months before mature and this assumes you are adding diversity in some way.


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