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OT a bit, what does +1 means? blushing.gif

i think it just means that the reefer agrees with the point made and so decides to give a +1 to that point. like an extra thumbs up so to speak?

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Decided to start a thread to showcase how you can feed your corals using a very low cost method... Step 1: Put the food into a small container..

Step 10: Repeat Step 6, 7 & 9 till all the food is used up..

Step 2: add some of the tank water...

i think it just means that the reefer agrees with the point made and so decides to give a +1 to that point. like an extra thumbs up so to speak?

ThanxSmiley.gifI see... I noticed I got 3 reputation and I wonder where they come from.... lol

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Billy Cheong

70gal, 250w MH (Reeflux 12000K), Tunze Nano Wavebox 6206, Tunze 6045, Tunze 6025, Teco TW4, Rio HF20, Aquabee 3000L, Rio HF17, SM100 Scrubber box (4x24w T5 2700K)

Fish: Amphiprion ocellaris (Ocellaris Clowns), Nemateleotris magnifica (Firefish), Pterapogon kauderni (Kaudern's Cardinal)

Inverts: Calcinus laevimanus (Hermit Crab), Lysmata amboinensis (Cleaner Shrimp), Sand Dollar

Corals: Capnella (Purple Hairy Finger Leather), Plerogyra sinuosa (Green Bubble Coral), Euphyllia glabrescens (Torch Coral), Dendrophyllia (Supersun Coral), Rhodactis spp. (Hairy Mushroom)

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I've personally seen Ray fed his corals this way and have also tried this method... and it works!! :ThanxSmiley:

PS: thanks for the ballonstick the other day Ray bro. :ThanxSmiley:

Main Tank: 3ft x 2ft x 2ft

Sump Tank: 2ft x 1.5ft x 1.5ft

Overflow Pump: 4500 l/hr

Lighting: T5 HO Metal Halide

Wavemaker: MP40w

Skimmer: BK Mini 200

Chiller: Arctica DBM-250 1/3hp

Phosphate Reactor: TLF Phosban 150

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Hi Ray,

What are the coral food you had successfully tried using this method? ThanxSmiley.gif

Regards,

Billy Cheong

70gal, 250w MH (Reeflux 12000K), Tunze Nano Wavebox 6206, Tunze 6045, Tunze 6025, Teco TW4, Rio HF20, Aquabee 3000L, Rio HF17, SM100 Scrubber box (4x24w T5 2700K)

Fish: Amphiprion ocellaris (Ocellaris Clowns), Nemateleotris magnifica (Firefish), Pterapogon kauderni (Kaudern's Cardinal)

Inverts: Calcinus laevimanus (Hermit Crab), Lysmata amboinensis (Cleaner Shrimp), Sand Dollar

Corals: Capnella (Purple Hairy Finger Leather), Plerogyra sinuosa (Green Bubble Coral), Euphyllia glabrescens (Torch Coral), Dendrophyllia (Supersun Coral), Rhodactis spp. (Hairy Mushroom)

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i think it just means that the reefer agrees with the point made and so decides to give a +1 to that point. like an extra thumbs up so to speak?

We should be kind enough to leave a message and a positive point for his reputation and the effort of sharing good information here with all of us.

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This is actually a very good avdice have been trying to ind ways to save up so this method seems not to cost a lot. hopefully i can do this successfully so that i dont have to spend much on ways to feed my corals. I will definitely give this a trylater see if this will work out for my corals. I am quite on a budget recently but i dont want to compromise the health of my fishes and corals, thanks for the tip!

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Will the plastic leech anything?

You can try using the glass tube. I suspect the pastic straw won't leech anything harmful unless it is constantly submerged.

I prefer using glass tube because it is easier to target feed those coral located at bottom of the tank.

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