That was the initial plan but I have a Red Sea peninsula p650 that I will be setting up before the end of this year so everything from the rsm250 will need to move. Not sure how difficult it is to remove a coral if it’s glued to the rockY don't you remove frags from plugs n glue them to rock work. That way u get the unsightly frag plugs out of the tank
The tank is tested weekly, I tested this morning and the result areOK that fine wil go away as time goes what your parameters at?
That was during the initial cycle period, now when I test , it’s either 0 , 0.05 or 0.1, that’s the results I get. I know nitrites are bad but is it bad if I get a maximum result of 0.1. Everything in the tank seems happy and healthy, apart from the 4 sps frags I lost, the balance is encrusting so that’s signs of growth which I presume is a good.
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