A good read

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  1. Tridan

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    Thanks for the link Tridan, some interesting reading for the sps boys.
     
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    great read dude
     
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    Tridan...Thank you very much...very interesting...
     
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    Great read, thanks for sharing...
     
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    excellent read
     
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    A good read, although being an 11 year old article. Is there any updated versions around?

    I found this interesting:

    Does this means that for Acropora, you will get better resuls if you go skimmerless?

    Else

    When you use a product to feed your corals like Coral Frenzy, then switch off your skimmer for a few hours?
     
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    I liked the article and must admit that I fed my corals after reading it:)

    Maybe that was the train of thought back then but not we have to skim aggresively to remove nutrients before the pollute. Turning off the skimmer is a good idea
     

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