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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by roostertech, Aug 4, 2016.
That's a poccilapora
Your 1st dosing schedule is for a 23:50 period n your 2nd is for 23.59. Will that cause the pumps to run at the same time occasionally? I don’t know but I think it will at least once in a while.
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Yeah i had the same thought, so I'll adjust it to
Question, shouldn't you dose in the morning when your pH is at its lowest?
I pretty much just let PH does its thing. Besides, each dose only blips PH by a tiny inconsequential bit anyway.
So by looking at your chart, you are best to dose between 3 AM and 3 PM?
I think constantly throughout the day is fine. Not sure if corals use it up only while getting light or not...
But why even bother? It only spikes PH up by .05 for few minutes anyway.
Wow that's some low pH.
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Just dose whenever. It's so little so no point in worrying about it.
Low pH but each tank is different. Sanjay Joshi mentioned that his tank pH hits 8.0 at its peak.
your pH makes me feel better about my tank's pH level.
Yep, possible that my calibration is off. But it moves properly according to daily cycle -> I can tell if something is out of wack. So I haven't bothered to figure it out.
Um, I don’t agree that those extremely low pH reading are no big deal. Coral skeletons start to passively dissolve below 7.7 or so, and calcification of new skeleton is significantly limited at these low pHs as well. The given range of 7.6-7.85 is really too low if it is accurate and a world of difference from 8.0.
I like Randy Holmes-Farley’s article on low pH:
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Yeah, my stony corals are growing strong that's why I said that my calibration is likely off. As long as the PH movement is consistent and coral grow it's all good
My clownfish "lives" in the back corner of the tank, where the nori clip is. So every feeding time she would try to fend off the "invaders" who are all much bigger than her.
“Take that, you fox face”!
I have multiple dosing issues that made my alk swing down into 5.8 multiple times in a span of 2 weeks. The sticks were not happy but all pulled through except for this colony of tenuis.
PH trend as alk recover from 5.x to 7.x
My snow polyps leather also went south but I can't figure out why. One part of it would start browning out and die. I tried cutting that part off then another area would start browning out.
Finally got around to giving my equipment a vinegar baths after almost a year of operation. The powerheads pump a ton more flow after the wash. My scoly wasn't too pleased. I ended up dropping power level a bit on the powerheads.