Discussion in 'Supersized Tanks' started by glennf, 8 Mar 2014.
Another set of nice pictures.
The colors are getting better and beter in my ez550reef
WOW!!!The color is insane
This acropora needed a waterlevel raise
Just enjoying the moment
Publication on german forum/website
With 45 minutes of movie.
Scroll down the screen and Choose any language you like.
Thanks for the link now I fully understand your method to success.
This is a direct link to the 45 minutes movie
Directe link van de 45 minuten durende film
Current Maintenance for 11 tanks. (On 3 separate system)
Daily feeding whilst enjoying, 15-20 minutes
Every other day cleaning windows, 15 minutes
Every 2-5 days replacing 9 powerfilters, 15 minutes
Measuring, correcting and adjusting dosings once 2-3 week, 30 minutes per system (3system)
Cleaning 3 skimmercups once every 7-10 Days, 15 minutes
Fragging and cutting corals once every 2-3 months, 4-5 hours.
Replacing T5 bulb every 6 months, 1 hour
Miscellaneous per month, 2-4hours
No periodic waterchanges, 0 hours
Replace old lamps and adding 25% more light seems to please these 2 coral very much.
In the recent weeks the colors are improving and day by day.
The fox is get more fluorising green
The stylopora is getting more pink every day
Today is was time to do some gardening in my butterflyreef.
The corals were growing into eachother and towards the surface. Light, flow and space for the fish to swim were getting limited and it was time to do something about it.
A dozen of acropora frogskin frags was the result of "a days work"
Before, after and frags
550 liter 150x80x50 45cm wh
Started april 2015 and restyled twice due to growth. No water changes since the start.
You know you are a successful reefer when you have to use power tools to frag a colony!
Haha.. your kidding
Drilling 2 holes, glueing the glas together and one step closer to my Ureef
Filling, testing, adding sand and salt.
Seeding the new system with 15 liters of sludge from my running DSR1200 reeftank
Adding EZcarbon to speed up the bacteria growth.
Adding first corals and limited ligthing
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