Posts Tagged ‘nitrates’

Terrible Advice Tuesdays (T.A.Tues): Fighting High Nitrates? Blame Your Lighting

Terrible Advice Tuesdays (T.A. Tues): Your high nitrate (NO3) levels are due to the changing of your lighting to LEDs.

The rest of the story: (We interrupt this post due to technical difficulties. Mr. Saltwater Tank has spit sweet tea …

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From The Archive: Friday AM Quick Tip #29

I’m reaching into the Mr. Saltwater Tank TV archives this week to remind you of a small step that can really help your tank:

Make sure you suck this stuff up.

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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #44: I’m Out of Line, Now What?

Swiftness is only part of it.

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How to Troubleshoot a Problem Saltwater Tank

Between watching fish die and your money go down the toilet, a problem tank is a real drag.

The good news is that any problem tank can be fixed with the right approach. In this episode of Mr. Saltwater Tank …

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Controlling Nitrates in a Saltwater Aquarium

Nitrates can kill every fish and coral you have in your tank if they aren’t kept in check.

The good news is that keeping them in check requires patience and using several nitrate reducing tools that I cover in this …

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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #8 : Don’t Pollute

You  have to feed your fish, but you don’t have to trash your tank while you are at it.

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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip #6 : How to Clean Your Filter Socks

Ready to make your tank sparkle?

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