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Old 08/25/2018, 09:40 PM   #1
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Eshopps and Seachem Chemicals

Evening ladies and gentlemen. I recently switched from calcium reactor to 2 part. I am using powdered alkalinity and calcium and am planning on pulling the water from two 1 gallon jugs and running it through the eshopps. I think I can mix it properly, but how do I start out dripping it(drip rate, alternating calcium and alkalinity)? Thank you so much. Iím lost

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Old 08/25/2018, 10:47 PM   #2
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What is the daily consumption rate and what corals are in the tank? You can dose by hand once a day in many situations. Otherwise, you might want to look into a dosing pump. How big is the tank?

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