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jacky
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Last Activity: Yesterday, 11:45 AM
Joined: 05-03-2018
Location: Asia
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  • It looks good, the dark tissue is lighter. You can also start with Zeo CV, 2 drops/100 liters, twice a week. Or feed the fish (control the amount carefully). Or Xtra 0.05ml/100L, once a week. Ensure the correct position of the potassium level, ensure the correct flow rate of the zeolite reactor,...
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  • I mean, I suggest you keep the dosage of Zeo Start products. If possible, feed the fish manually and try not to let the bait be scattered in the tank
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  • Day 10:

    First herbivore fish (max. 2 per 200 L) can be added, also sea urchins and turbo snails. You should also be able to add the first not to sensitive corals like branching Montipora. Add now the Activated Carbon.

    Activated Carbon:

    As soon as the first animals...
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  • I would recommend that you gradually start to restore the Zeo Start dose, and also recommend to maintain the regular Zeo Basic 4. Compared to cyano, good biology/nutrition should not rise, it is more important
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  • You can try to shorten the lighting time to 8~10hr. Cyano treatment, Zeo CoralSnow2ml+Zeo Bac1 drop mixture/100L, do x10 days. When the mixture is given, let us temporarily stop the skimmer for 2hr to make it stay longer. An extra dose of Zeo BioMate 2 drops/100 liters, every other day, try for 2 weeks...
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    Last edited by jacky; 08-10-2020, 11:03 PM.

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  • Is the water in the reverse osmosis unit good? It is recommended to use resin material as the last channel of the filter to ensure the best. Additional BioMate doses can be tried. Poke and rub Zeo Carbon several times a day. What is the lighting time, try to reduce the 2hr lighting (white light)....
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  • jacky
    replied to Starting Zeovit
    It’s okay, the tank is still undergoing the Zeo 14-day cycle plan, as long as the nutrient does not continue to rise sharply, this is good
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  • jacky
    replied to Starting Zeovit
    Sorry, I mean, what are the sources of additional nutrients? (PO4=0.03ppm). Is the water in the Ro/di device good, or is it just a measurement error? For example: fingerprints on the test bottle (glass bottle), and cause?
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  • jacky
    replied to New tank setup
    Answer 1. I have no experience in using the Prs reactor, sorry. Then, the new tank, do it once a day, with the minimum frequency. Even if the material cannot be pulled, this will not affect the progress. It is important to confirm that the flow through the reactor outlet is correct. (A good learning...
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  • jacky
    replied to Starting Zeovit
    PO4=0.03 level, is the result displayed by testing the fingerprint on the glass bottle?
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  • jacky
    replied to Starting Zeovit
    Day 10:

    First herbivore fish (max. 2 per 200 L) can be added, also sea urchins and turbo snails. You should also be able to add the first not to sensitive corals like branching Montipora. Add now the Activated Carbon.

    Activated Carbon:
    As soon as the first animals are...
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  • The system conversion allows us to maintain the #2 plan (dose, material quantity, reactor flow rate), and it is important to let Zeo take over the system to complete this foundation. It is also recommended that it is only possible to keep basic water parameters close to NSW levels, including potassium...
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  • 1. After the mixed salt is fully mixed, test it at the correct level of salinity and record the level (potassium level of the mixed salt). If the value is close to the potassium level marked on the barrel, it means your test reading The way is correct (this is only an approximation, not 100% correct),...
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  • jacky
    replied to New tank setup
    https://forum.zeovit.com/forum/gener...nformation-faq

    Zeo 14-day cycle plan, #7 in the link (also includes the issue of activated carbon)

    Suggestion :

    1. Let us use the complete Zeo system instead of adding different bacteria and market shrimp, which is not necessary....
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  • Sorry, I always explain badly. I mean, the recommended value of NSW water parameter is Ca 400~420, K+380~400. Compared with the two, the potassium level is only lower than the calcium level, which is also quite an important element
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  • Good lighting (high K-number lamps) is also one of the ways to avoid the flooding of cyano. Usually we choose high color temperature lamps. Corals can generally perform well and grow well, which can also limit the growth of cyano. However, iron Ions also provide energy to nourish cyano. It is mentioned...
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    Last edited by jacky; 08-04-2020, 11:06 PM.

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  • Before starting the calcium reactor, you must first measure the current basic water parameters and then adjust them slowly. Element consumption-coral number/growth. Keep as much as possible at the level of NSW parameters. Please also remember to change the water 5-10% every week to refresh the elements...
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    Last edited by jacky; 08-04-2020, 09:12 AM.

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  • There is another question. The Mg level seems to be a bit high. Has it been supplemented? If it is supplemented by other means and the level is correct, then the level is a bit high. I always refresh the elements by changing the water every week. If you do not add supplemental magnesium in any way,...
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  • If you want, try #47. The potassium level is low, slowly increase K+~380 mg. From the phosphate in #21 to the current PO4=0.03ppm, the nutritional level seems to have risen, and the additional BioMate dose is good (Every other day, 2 drops/100 liters). Vacuum clean the sand and Skimmer adjust the...
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  • jacky
    replied to Raising nutrients or not?
    Almost all corals (SPS, LPS) are healthy/growing well in water parameters with low malnutrition and stability. Since using the ZeoVit system (more than 5 months), NO3 is still measurable, which makes me a little confused. What is the reactor flow rate? Do current corals show growth, and do polyps...
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