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Old 04/28/2014, 06:14 AM   #76
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Old 04/29/2014, 04:35 AM   #77
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Old 04/29/2014, 02:14 PM   #78
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It's been a little while since I've been to the front of your thread here. I just noticed in one of the pics that your zoas seem to be stretching for light. Do you have any PAR numbers for your tank?

I've never liked blasting my tanks with light. I'm trying to find a happy balance right now with LED lighting. It's touchy for the long term for me as I don't have a PAR meter.


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Old 04/30/2014, 03:41 AM   #79
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It's been a little while since I've been to the front of your thread here. I just noticed in one of the pics that your zoas seem to be stretching for light. Do you have any PAR numbers for your tank?

I've never liked blasting my tanks with light. I'm trying to find a happy balance right now with LED lighting. It's touchy for the long term for me as I don't have a PAR meter.
Which one ? And no i don't have par numbers.


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Old 04/30/2014, 05:00 AM   #80
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Old 04/30/2014, 09:24 AM   #81
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Which one ? And no i don't have par numbers.
This pic here. Newbie Aquarist re posted your pic as your link didn't work.

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Old 05/01/2014, 09:53 AM   #82
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This pic here. Newbie Aquarist re posted your pic as your link didn't work.
yeah right, it sits under a couple of mushrooms which has grown very fast.
i already removed the mushrooms.




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Old 05/01/2014, 09:29 PM   #83
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Sure, Sure. That makes total sense. All the corals in your tank grow really fast. Ha,Ha.

That does raise another question for you though. How do you go about removing shrooms?? I've always had left overs unless I removed and cut the rock to free the area I wanted to "frag".


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Old 05/02/2014, 01:46 AM   #84
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Sure, Sure. That makes total sense. All the corals in your tank grow really fast. Ha,Ha.

That does raise another question for you though. How do you go about removing shrooms?? I've always had left overs unless I removed and cut the rock to free the area I wanted to "frag".
I just peel them of the rock.
I ha no problem that it grow back bexaus i love to see corals growing from shreds to full size.
If you really want to remove al traces you can inject the it with 10% caustic soda solution.


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Old 05/02/2014, 02:58 AM   #85
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Old 05/02/2014, 04:44 PM   #86
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i have a 550d and it makes awesome videos youtube.com/rale2001


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Old 05/03/2014, 04:44 AM   #87
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Perfect thread
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Old 05/03/2014, 04:48 AM   #88
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i have a 550d and it makes awesome videos youtube.com/rale2001
The 550D is same quality the diffeence just megapixels and some small features. Often the limitation is the user himself


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Old 05/04/2014, 07:54 PM   #90
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My method can't be discussed where i am no sponsor, so i can't go into that subject.it already cost me my previous thread.
it is impossible to share something without going commercial that is the bottomline.

I have been really confused looking through your thread. A whole lot of info is gone that was once here. I believe your ability to PM is gone too. Now I know why. I did find the info I was after cause I first saw your tank in a magazine. So I searched that article.

You still have a beautiful tank. Thank you for continuing to share.




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Old 05/07/2014, 07:45 AM   #91
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I have been really confused looking through your thread. A whole lot of info is gone that was once here. I believe your ability to PM is gone too. Now I know why. I did find the info I was after cause I first saw your tank in a magazine. So I searched that article.

You still have a beautiful tank. Thank you for continuing to share.

it is as it is, i didn't even know i couldn't sent/recieve pm.

thanks !
i will keep on sharing mij tank pictures and experience with you, that's the least i can do.

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Old 05/08/2014, 01:33 PM   #92
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This is what the skimming look like after 5-7 days using:
CarbonVS (week8 dosing)
Fe+ 0,15ppm per day
Fe trace 0,05ppm every other day
@ PO4=0.1ppm / NO3=3ppm
Busy lowering from 0,24ppm/25ppm Because RO device was disfunctional.










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Old 05/09/2014, 07:13 AM   #93
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This is what the skimming look like after 5-7 days using:
CarbonVS (week8 dosing)
Fe+ 0,15ppm per day
Fe trace 0,05ppm every other day
@ PO4=0.1ppm / NO3=3ppm
Busy lowering from 0,24ppm/25ppm Because RO device was disfunctional.










greetings, GlennF



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Old 05/13/2014, 10:09 PM   #94
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That's nasty. My favorite part is you cleaning it outside.





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Old 05/17/2014, 04:26 AM   #95
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That's nasty. My favorite part is you cleaning it outside.


it is


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Old 05/17/2014, 04:32 AM   #96
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now something nice

i am proud to announce that:
My tank has been featured in a dutch magazine "Onze Zeeaquarium"
It's a 13 page counting article with a writeup followed by a redactional article.








OZ is a dutch reefing magazine with four publications per year.



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Old 05/17/2014, 11:53 AM   #97
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Glenn congrats on the recognition of the magazine. where could we follow your full method?


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Old 05/17/2014, 01:08 PM   #98
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Glenn congrats on the recognition of the magazine. where could we follow your full method?
Thanks !
Google search will bring you a long way.....
I won't risk the mod closing down this thread also. It would be a pitty and selfish to keep this beautifull archiefment, which i am very proud of to myself, so i will keep in line.
Sharing is made very difficult because of conflicting interrest of al party's including myself. Maybe in the future i will find the reason and the resources to pay and share. For now just enjoy the pictures.

Don't try to pm me because i have zero privilage. It's better that way because i have a hard time keeping up.



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Old 05/18/2014, 12:36 PM   #99
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Thanks !
Google search will bring you a long way.....
I won't risk the mod closing down this thread also. It would be a pitty and selfish to keep this beautifull archiefment, which i am very proud of to myself, so i will keep in line.
Sharing is made very difficult because of conflicting interrest of al party's including myself. Maybe in the future i will find the reason and the resources to pay and share. For now just enjoy the pictures.

Don't try to pm me because i have zero privilage. It's better that way because i have a hard time keeping up.

OK Thanks glenn


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OK Thanks glenn
your welcome,

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