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  1. Looks like calcium, even though you adding it you could be locking it out, I'd suggest raising your ph to 6.1-6.2.
  2. It's only a fuckup if you tinkering with the soil constantly or it was formulated incorrectly to start, coco can go south extremely fast. I've grown in all mediums, if you have the patience to hydrate and buffer your own coco it's a no brainer. I've however gotten lazy in my old age and rather just buy FF soil now and run with it.
  3. Yeah, that actually is a good idea. Nice one.
  4. https://www.crazyplastics.co.za/product/syringes-3-part-50ml Problem solved.
  5. Ordered on Saturday morning, received today.
  6. They're awol with their responses, based on that type of behavior alone I won't support them, especially when I can see they've read the message.
  7. Let me ask in my reef group to see if anyone has any going and ill let you know.
  8. I would not buy a chiller from Jungle, they push up their prices something chronic. Getting a second hand chiller is absolutely fine, all you would need to do is regas it maybe once a year if that. I am getting a second hand ancient Haliea 400lt rated chiller for my RDWC system. My marine tank runs a Teco 500 R245 gen chiller, top of the range, but also pocket burning.
  9. Come now @PsyCLowndon't be a pussy drop your numbers ;). I'd venture to estimate I've spent around 80K since I started growing again, but this year I've spent about 30 +-
  10. https://leroymerlin.co.za/efekto-eco-fungimite-200ml
  11. Go to any nursery and ask for efekto Sulphur, mix a bit in water and spray.
  12. Wrong. This is a common misconception, UV sterilization on marine tanks has to do with keeping free floating algae spores in check, it damages the DNA thus not enabling them to replicate. Heterotrophic bacteria in marine ecosystems primarily adhere to the surface of the glass and rock work, thus using UV has very little effect on the bacteria in the system, you actually need good bacteria in the marine tank in order to do conversion of NH3=>NO2−=>NO3-, without this extremely import conversion your live stock would die. I run both UV (55watt) and Ozone (200mg/hour) on my marine tank.
  13. Just spray some Sulphur and be done with it.
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