A good read

Discussion in 'Biological/Natural Filtration and Deep Sand Beds' started by dallasg, 29 Aug 2013.

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    Awesome read thanks Dallas...
     
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    it's sooo long! Ill read when I get home :) thanks Dallas
     
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    Interesting, though even I wasn't nerdy enough to read the entire thing.
     
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    Thats why they have graphs and a conclusion.

    Good, interesting read.
     
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    A stunning article. I cant wait till similar experiments are done on marine yeasts. Thank goodness all the money spent on carbon dosing, skimming and bacteria dosing is not in vain.!
     
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    its done already, plenty on google and research sites, even a lab here does research
     
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    I would like marine tank research re yeasts. With graphs etc
     
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    there are few posted in the various cube threads as attachments i did a while back, also google, all pictures and graphs you need.
     
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    Cool stuff can i have the links.
     
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    Are they naturally prevalent or do they get added etc
     
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    google.co.za

    or search masa
     
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    in where?
     
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    Reef tanks
     
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    Great read, agree with @459b, graphs are the way. Yeast occur naturally everywhere, even when you breathe them up your nose. :p
     
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    Lmao
     
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    But are they marine yeast or not :lol:
     
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    If you breathe sea water up your nose, then yes.
     
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    Haha not the best thing to sniff ! But it does clean your sinuses
     
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    Read the whole thing. Feel like a head ace is coming. Can one of the clever okes some it up.
    1Skimmer good but does remove some of the wanted bacteria.
    Vodka dosing seems like a good option- Do we still skim when dosing vodka.
    Red sea seemed like a good salt = if a higher bacteria load is wanted.
    np pellets with reactor will create lots of bacteria but put the outlet to feed the skimmer . I thought we want bacteria to feed corrals sps and lps. or does it have the capability to produce too much bacteria

    ag nee now am completely confused. Help
     
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