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Thread: My journey with the Rain2 Algae Scrubber and my 80G Tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by SantaMonica View Post
    Very nice. It will be tanks like yours that save the Aussie reefs.
    Lets hope so, I will post another full tank shot in a few days, I have made a number of new coral additions lately and am expecting a bunch of Acans and another Goni to arrive shortly.



    On a side note, my test kit now reads nitrates as undetectable. I removed my filter socks completely about 2-3 days ago. I am still running my skimmer (Nyos Quantum 120) and am gradually setting it to run more dry. I am unsure if I have a goal to remove it or not at this point. Its pretty low maintenance now especially running it fairly dry, fills the cup about 1/3 full after about 5 days or so. I guess ill see how the tank responds over the next few months, if everything is doing well i wont make changes for the sake of it.... If i feel corals are suffering from nutrients being too low I might test out running the skimmer less or removing it. Although I would be surprised if this happened as I target feed my corals reef roids and red sea reef nutrition A+B twice a week.

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    I think my tanks looking pretty good right now, so wanted to share












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    The frags gonna get big

    Actually I hope the blue zoo's take over everything.

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