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Thanks for the reply my friends, I really add real milk and honey,
and the NO3 & PO4 values are always around 20~50(before) & 0.05(usually)
i add milk 10cc per day, I stop adding honey about 3 months,
because I want to examine the effect of the milk
the milk can help coral growth fast including sps and lps,

The original purpose I add milk is increase the fatty acid for the tank to avoid sps skin peeling, compared to add the commercial products, is heterogeneous, often incongruous mixture of elements, i prefer to add milk,

but i add milk after alga disappear, and sps become the major creature,
or there will bring the disaster
<--- not really sure what this sentence means

By the way, the NO3 values is about 0.5~5 after start adding honey,
if you want to know more information, please let me know, thks!

So what do you guys think? He did not elaborate what type of milk he uses though. Any chemist here that can shed more light into this?

Finally, anyone dare to be the first guinea pig? Lol

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Heard he crash his tank? But donno if it got anything to do with milk

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Heard he crash his tank? But donno if it got anything to do with milkSent from my GT-I9300 using Tapatalk
Milk contain enzymes which is cater for small cows.. How those sps going to break down those enzymes. .

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Is it a April fool day joke ? Just kidding.. Hope someone can test it out on a small scale and share some light in our local reefing scene. It definitely help save our pocket on amonia acid ect ..:P

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Just added 4ml of fresh milk into my 2ft tank. Finger crossed

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Just added 4ml of fresh milk into my 2ft tank. Finger crossed

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Good luck and keep us updated.

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Just added 4ml of fresh milk into my 2ft tank. Finger crossedSent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk
4ml might be too much I think for a 2ft cube...? Await your updates soon.

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Just added 4ml of fresh milk into my 2ft tank. Finger crossed

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Hi bro,

You add 100% fresh milk?

Maybe can consider goat milk as it's better than cow milk..... :rolleyes:!

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Damn! Solid colours..Hmm..They reef world is kinda like Icecream LOL..Megacue do update us on your results..

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No adverse effect on LS. just dose 2ml for today. Will try to update if time permit

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I think Hugo mentioned to start dosing milk only after clearing all algae issues.

You are one brave reefer! Maybe you can start dosing small like 2ml daily for a week and see how it goes. Do remember to update!

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Some articles suggest red bull has real bull semen... Maybe the natural way really works ! Wanna increase population productivity better go natural :P

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Wow interesting. Waiting for your result and update bro

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I think Hugo mentioned to start dosing milk only after clearing all algae issues.

You are one brave reefer! Maybe you can start dosing small like 2ml daily for a week and see how it goes. Do remember to update!

I saw that, but no mention why. My guess is that the milk will fuel it. Currently I am dosing redsea no3po4 to control my no3 and sorb4 to control po4.

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