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    brs cal alk and mag daily. strontium 1/4 dose 1nce a month

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    cy,

    try this link:
    http://131.253.14.98/proxy.ashx?h=O4...55eece1f3994e2

    It is the Ultra Marine Base Energy product 100ml; there is a similar product called Ultra Marine Base Color, similar ingredients, but I like that base energy has beta glucan in it..

    Description: Power foods for saltwater fish with a high protein content and valuable marine Omega III fatty acids. Marine base energy for powerful, bright fish.

    Ingredients:

    Power foods for saltwater fish with a high protein content and valuable marine Omega III fatty acids. Marine base energy for powerful, bright fish.

    CONTAINS:
    Protein 57%, raw fat 17%, crude fibre 1.0%, raw ash 9%

    Straight feedingstuffs:
    Beta glucane, antiparasitics, astaxanthin, vitamin A 130,000 IU, vitamin D3 600 IU, vitamin E 320 mg (Alphatocopherolacetat), B1 12 mg, B2 30 mg, B6 12 mg, B12 60 mcg, K3 C protected 300 mg, 24 mg, folic acid 2.4 mg, CA - D pantothenate 60 mg, Nicotinic Acid 180 mg, biotin 30 mcg, choline chloride 300 mg, Ethoxyquin, Propylgallat

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC2WA View Post
    cy,

    try this link:
    http://131.253.14.98/proxy.ashx?h=O4...55eece1f3994e2

    It is the Ultra Marine Base Energy product 100ml; there is a similar product called Ultra Marine Base Color, similar ingredients, but I like that base energy has beta glucan in it..

    Description: Power foods for saltwater fish with a high protein content and valuable marine Omega III fatty acids. Marine base energy for powerful, bright fish.

    Ingredients:

    Power foods for saltwater fish with a high protein content and valuable marine Omega III fatty acids. Marine base energy for powerful, bright fish.

    CONTAINS:
    Protein 57%, raw fat 17%, crude fibre 1.0%, raw ash 9%

    Straight feedingstuffs:
    Beta glucane, antiparasitics, astaxanthin, vitamin A 130,000 IU, vitamin D3 600 IU, vitamin E 320 mg (Alphatocopherolacetat), B1 12 mg, B2 30 mg, B6 12 mg, B12 60 mcg, K3 C protected 300 mg, 24 mg, folic acid 2.4 mg, CA - D pantothenate 60 mg, Nicotinic Acid 180 mg, biotin 30 mcg, choline chloride 300 mg, Ethoxyquin, Propylgallat

    thx
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    try this:

    Startseite &bull; Fauna Marin


    It is the German site, however you can use Bing's Translator to navigate to Feed, then Ultra Marine.
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    Have you checked out the Ultra food for Zoa, Acan, Paly...for large pollup corals? Currently I'm using a blend of Brightwell that is Phytoplankton and Zooplankton with my dosers 4th port. These products don't require fridgeration and using feed cycles over the day which adds to pollup extension throughout the day and not just at night.
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    Kalk on drip timer paired with manual mag dosing right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC2WA View Post
    try this:

    Startseite • Fauna Marin


    It is the German site, however you can use Bing's Translator to navigate to Feed, then Ultra Marine.
    Hey Kirk,

    This is one of the few we didn't bring in. Its available if you want us to order it. 12.99 for the 100ml and 23.99 for the 250ml. Sorry I don't have any feedback on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquanaut View Post
    Have you checked out the Ultra food for Zoa, Acan, Paly...for large pollup corals? Currently I'm using a blend of Brightwell that is Phytoplankton and Zooplankton with my dosers 4th port. These products don't require fridgeration and using feed cycles over the day which adds to pollup extension throughout the day and not just at night.
    We have used the LPS food. Most corals ate it right up, but a couple seemed annoyed and slimed to remove the food from their surface.
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    Since starting up my 125g have been dosing Seachems Reef Fusion 1 & 2 for Calcium/Alk every few days along with Kent's Tech-M for Mg. I also pre buffer my top-off water with Seachem's Reef Buffer which I've done for past few years and before that had always pre buffered with Kalkwasser (why top off with acidic base water)

    After Sea-Max had been trying to decide which of two product lines to go with and then thanks to winning a Raffle last year at Blue Sierra got the whole Seachem's Reef Fusion set plus Zoo & Phyto Plankton. Even switched over to Seachem salt after 25+ years using I/O, very impressed/satisfied so far with entire line.

    Cheers, Todd

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    Arm & Hammar baking soda, DowFlake ice melter and the cheapest brand of Epsom Salts available.
    Fishkeeping almost 60 years, Reef tank started in 1972

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    BRS 2 part daily. That's it
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    We are mostly hippies, only add kalk+2 as our ATO

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    Bulkreefsupply.com for all of my dosing, between water changes, adding calcium and alkalinity using my neptune. Great combo. They also have excellent filters for GFO and Carbon, plus good RO equipment for cheap. They really solved a lot of problems and expense for me.
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    Non! just some Red Sea Pro Salt and some kalk in my ato! SPS are thriving.

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