Discussion in 'RSM Red Sea Max tanks' started by Mr Smith, 31 Mar 2013.
My Red Sea Max 250
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Great tank to have, coming on nicely. You mist get yourself a small regal tang,he will enjoy that green algae. Mine was big as my thump nail, scared he will go threw overflow grit. You see him grow every day.
Awesome! Been waiting for this. All the best and keep the pics coming.
Thank you for the advice.
I am very new to this hobby. Only had the setup 2 months.
I used to run the lights constantly which caused the algae.
I have cut down the lights and have setup the timer. The algae has been drastically reduced.
Tank is looking good
Just take it slowly and it will come along nicely.
Good luck and hope your tank brings you loads of entertainment!
Mr Smith, we all started from beginners, do believe me we all still learn every day, and still do mistake.
Tank looks good, get a algae eating blenny he will enjoy or a few turbo snails
Looking good man.
Please post some pics of that shrimp/goby combo you have. Great relationship.
Looks great, but i prefer a clean back screen, it makes big difference in the look
I don't like a clean back screen. What else are my snails going to eat? Lots of free food for them.
We are learning everyday and this is a big learning curve for me.
Thats true, but there are plenty of foods on live rocks and other places for snails,
By clean background i don't mean cleaning it every week, i usually clean once every 3-4 month to get the black color out , i wasn't doing it at the beginning but when i did it, everything stands out much better
I replaced the two charcoal bags in the back filter this weekend.
I also bought myself a digital PH tester.
Saga waterproof PH Pen. Bought it from North lands Pets.
My PH reading is 8.0
how much are ph testers?
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