Posts Tagged ‘gfo’
Phosphate (PO4) is directly related to algae outbreaks and coral health as lower phosphates (<0.03 ppm) usually mean less algae outbreaks and healthier corals. I say “usually” because every tank is different. Some tanks do well on lower phosphates, some …Read more
Terrible Advice Tuesdays: Granulated Ferric Oxide is just rust, so the scrapings from a rusty iron pipe will work just as well for phosphate removing media.
The rest of the story: No matter how small your saltwater tank budget, please …Read more
I love media reactors on saltwater tanks. They can help lower phosphates which helps keep algae in check, and they can polish your tank’s water to really make it sparkle. Just like everything else on your saltwater tank, media reactors …Read more
Does that make it less effective? NO.
Part two of my coverage of Reef Stock 2012
Note: Lots of people have been asking where to get the Blue Life Clear Fx Pro. Here’s where you can get it.
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Carbon and GFO each have an important role in your saltwater tank and I’ve found a very easy way to run them both.
If you make a change, make sure you do this.