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  1. Waters

    It is up to you then....if you are willing to drive out, you can have both containers. They are from Green Leaf also...just half the size. I try to keep mine about 5 with the dosing and feedings. Sounds like a reason to add more fish !!
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    Too bad you weren't a little closer....I have two 500ml ones you could have that I no longer use. It would cost you more in gas driving out than they are worth lol.
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    I have not mixed a new batch in a LONG time, but according to my notes, I have written down that I used 160 grams of KNO3 mixed with 1000ml of RO/DI water. I use Green Leaf dosing bottles and just store the mixture. http://greenleafaquariums.com/aquarium-fertilizers-supplements/dispenser-32oz.html Again, according to my notes, I have written down that a 10ml dose would increase my nitrates from 2.5 to 5 in a 130 gallon system but I have not tested those numbers in a long time. If you decide to go this route, I would just start dosing slowly and keep testing daily until you figure out what works for your system. Green Leaf Aquariums actually has dosing numbers for various types of systems on their site which I used as a starting point, but those numbers are for planted freshwater tanks. Yes, I also tested Potassium using Salifert test kits, making sure that it always stayed in the allowable ranges.
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    I have dosed KNO3 off and on for almost a year with no issues. I buy it from GreenLeafAquariums.....it is meant for planted tanks but works great in our reef tanks. http://greenleafaquariums.com/aquarium-fertilizers-supplements/potassium-nitrate.html
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    I realize this is an old thread, but you can have the skimmer pull air through any reactor filled with soda lime and it will raise and steady your PH (assuming your low PH is CO2 related). My tank and sump is in the basement with not much fresh air. Since running the reactor, my PH has went from 7.8-7.9 to 8.2 consistently.
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    Thanks everyone
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    I like the ecosmartlive interface in regards to light control much better than the Apex.....either would work obviously....just a personal preference.
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    That is impressive....beautiful build
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    Here are all of the details on the tank...........Not doing anything special regarding growth...just stability and frequent water changes Tank105 gallon Deep Sea Aquatics rimlessBashsea SS-36 Signature sumpWater Flow2 Neptune WavsEcotech Vectra M1FiltrationNYOS Quantum 120 skimmerPentair Aquatics Smart UV 40 Watt3 Bashsea 4-12 media reactors MediaRowaphos phosphate removerRox 0.8 carbonSoda LimeDosing2 partMagnesium with weekly water changes (Red Sea Blue salt)Lighting2 Ecotech Radion XR30 Pros 3rd generation with wide angle lensesControllerNeptune ApexNeptune Dos Neptune DDRNeptune ALDMisc.Finnex 500W heaterTunze Osmolator 3155Ecotech battery backupEcotech ReeflinkStock listOne spot Foxface (siganus unimaculatus)Pajama Cardinalfish (sphaeramia nematoptera)Picasso Triggerfish (rhinecanthus aculeatus)Green Bird Wrasse (gomphosus varius)Brown Bird Wrasse (gomphosus varius)Banded Coral Shrimp (stenopus hispidus)Sand sifting sea star (astropecten polycanthus)Blue Tuxedo Urchin (mespilia globulus)90% Acropora, Montipora, and Milepora.9% Euphyllia (Hammers and Frogspawn)1% Elegance, Mushrooms, and Zoas.
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    Hello all. I currently have a 105g SPS dominated semi-predator reef tank which has been running for about 1.5 years. Also have a 40g freshwater tetra tank as well as some reptile enclosures :-)
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