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  • Welcome to Reef Frontiers

    by Published on 07-31-2011 12:10 PM     Number of Views: 13150 
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    2. Water Quality

    The following article explains to new Reef Tank members a look at the process of cycling of a new tank or the recycling of an older system. It also describes the nitrogen process and how it works, what to look for after the "cycle" has completed, and more importantly for us reefers when it is safe to add livestock, corals, and/or invertebrates.

    In this article:
    How to start the cycle
    How the Nitrogen process works
    What to looking after the cycle occurs
    When can I add livestock, corals, etc.
    The Moron Cycle

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