Do you feed your corals? What type of testing/dosing do you use for trace elements?
CORAL FEEDING: I broadcast feed a couple times a week and target feed maybe once a month. I'm sure the corals, especially zoas would benefit from more often target feeds. Back when I had the 90 setup I was able to target feed the tank more often and the zoa garden grew in very dense. I don't have a favorite coral food, I probably have almost all of them and just switch them each time I feed or use whichever one is handy (Coral-Frenzy, Reef-Roids, there are two others that I don't remember their names). Honestly, I've had really good luck feeding frozen brine. I like to melt some frozen brine in a cup of tank water and then add one of the coral foods to that. I mix it up and target feed it using the Julian's-Thing. I try to feed the fish something first, so they steel less from the corals but there is usually plenty of brine floating around that they don't bother the corals.Do you feed your corals? What type of testing/dosing do you use for trace elements?
Sorry it took a while, I had to be home to check the Kessil app for the intensity.wow. nice and clean setup. That is a showcase sump! how high do you run your AP700 on that small of a footprint? Yes...love the back story as well. Besides, being a fellow UCD Alumnus couple times over, can't go wrong with that!
My three oldest corals from the biocube14 are a Cup Coral, a War Coral and a Fallen Angel.Beautiful!
Which is your oldest coral, and which are your favorites?