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  1. Premium Aquatics
    In Today's video, we are taking a look at the Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM. A new nitrifying bacteria product to help you cycle a reef tank. * Microbacter Start XLM: https://premiumaquatics.com/search?search=XLM How to enter giveaway: 1. Watch video on YouTube and hit Thumbs up...
  2. Selling Forums
    Over a year ago I started a rock tank for my new build. All the rock was cleaned and placed in the tank. Only thing added was nitrifying bacteria and ammonia. The tank had a skimmer and lanthanum chloride was run to reduce phosphates and occasionally water changes. 40lbs - I have a few more...
  3. Advanced Topics
    Setting up a new tank should have water in it and the next day or two would like to get a few fish in it pretty quick will be putting live rocking it right away along with some lives and wondering if anybody is ever used the nitrifying bacteria read many things online about it and watched...
  4. Reef Discussion
    I have a quarantine tank that was set up and running for awhile. I didn't get any new fish for awhile so I turned the heater and filter off, and left the water in it. Can I just turn the heater and filter back on and top off the water level and everything will be okay? Have a new fish coming...
  5. Want to Buy
    Looking for reefers near allendale/Grand Rapids who would let me have the old water from your water changes as close to the time of the water change as possible. Need the bacteria to add to my tank. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. New to the Hobby
    I have a 33 gallon tank which has been set up since June of 2012. I recently purchased a 56 gallon column to upgrade to. The reason for my upgrade is because I used tap water to fill and do water changes with my 33 and cyano completely over ran it. I have since purchased an RO unit and did...
  7. New to the Hobby
    cycling question i have not finished my diy sump yet and was wondering, could i start my cycle without a sump? I will also be using a fluvall g3 filter, which i would be using to cycle. If i install my sump next week, will that have a big affect on my cycle? etc.. opinions are greatly appreciated
  8. New to the Hobby
    Have had my system running for about three years. Getting tired of the red slime so I did a huge water change yesterday using a different salt, Oceanic. Looks like almost everything except the fish are dead - snails, coral that I can tell, not good. Salinity is fine. Calcium fine. Do you think...
  9. Lighting, Filtration and Other Equipment
    So long story is that recently I have been seeing a build up of GHA on the back wall and very small spots in the sand bed of my 29 tank. Ive never had issues inside the DT before and all algae has always grown in the HOB refugium. I have a CPR bakpak that has been running since day one and has...
  10. Fish Disease Treatment
    I read an article about hypo salinity treatment for Marine Ich here: Hyposalinity Process. In the article, it talks about the possibility of nitrifying bacteria taking a break from their work routine. Here's the question: Would a cycled freshwater tank sponge filter be useable in a hypo...
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