Jump to content

CKS

SRC Member
  • Content Count

    1,014
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    5

CKS last won the day on August 8 2018

CKS had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

30 Excellent

About CKS

  • Rank
    Trevally
  • Birthday 09/25/1982

Profile Information

  • Location
    singapore

Recent Profile Visitors

2,812 profile views
  1. How about the nutrient such as PO4 and NO3?
  2. Please see page 6 of this thread which i've posted the photos of elements i've been dosing. Or start from page 1, ive shared alot on what works for me
  3. Decided to give a tank a slightly new look with a slim LED bar and light hanger. Was inspired by how some of the freshwater planted tank looked so natural as a paludarium, hence, trying to do a marine version. Gonna cover the light hanger with more greens.
  4. Hi Xavier, lets chat privately. Have sent you a PM
  5. It has vanished.. I was dosing silica (SpongeExcel) too but that did not help in keeping the sponge alive
  6. Price lowered! Selling at SGD60 Self collect and PM to deal
  7. up! Good light to get started with less demanding corals on a 3ft tank
  8. Used for a year. Bought at SGD230. Selling at SGD70 Self collect and PM to deal
  9. Hi sleexox, I have been wanting to help answer but it has been very frustrating when SRC has been intermittently inaccessible. 1.What are the dimensions of your DT? 40g long 2.Do you think a skimmer is necessary for a macro-algae tank? If you can afford the space, yes. I traded the skimmer for more space so that I can have a bigger collection of macro-algae in the refugium as 'backup'. 3.Are you currently using any po4 remover like rowaphos etc? Yes, GAC too. macro-algae does not 100% clean the water. In certain situation, it may even make the water more green or yellow. I do monitor the PO4 to ensure it is still traceable so that the macros are not totally starved. 4. Any other tips Replicate zones with different flow rate in the tank with the wave maker. Certain macros do have flow requirement, especially the non-green ones. Avoid angelfish, tang if possible. Hope there are helpful
  10. This was taken on a sunny day, top-down view of the Rics after tanning under the natural sunlight for the whole day. The LEDs are turned on only in the evening.
×
×
  • Create New...