I just hope your fish don't look up, LOL!!!More coral art for the DT
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At jawbreakers- Par is around 150 at high point and 50 at low point during the 12 hours of lights on. Nitrates and phosphates are a tad high , but I try to follow redfield ratio albeit at slightly higher numbers since we have a significant amount of soft and LPS corals.Tank looks great! Curious if you know the par numbers where the jawbreakers are at? Also, where do you run nitrates and phosphates?
That tank started as a small tank used for pests that I did not want in my other system. So the name just stuck . ThanksYou have beautiful tanks! I am curious why you call that tank the pest tank. I also recommend using some calcium carbonate powder to help clear up the water. It works very well for my tanks. I use it every couple of weeks or so.
Thanks Scott! Appreciate it!Beautiful tank. I love seeing your updates.
It is great to know I am not the only reefer that has a small tank in the kitchen. Evo 13. Can’t get enough of the hobby. Only a few coral but added the TSA black widow anemone yesterday. My clown fish is happy nowWe have two tanks. After a multi- decade break from the hobby, my daughter convinced me to start back up. We have a RedSeaReefer 250 mixed reef and a nano do-it-yourself softie setup.