My occasional hefty water testing 👍 Done!
Here’s my perspective on testing.
I think it’s great idea to test every so often so you at least have a baseline. In case, something looks off, goes wrong, or even when corals are thriving. You can at least go back to your numbers and have an idea of where you are and what’s going on with the tank.
Typically, in new nano tanks with small frags you won’t see much consumption in trace elements from week to week so a simple 20% ish water change per week is sufficient. But you’ll know when you need to stay on top of your parameters more when you can see all your stony corals get a growth spurt. You’ll either have to up your water changes or even start dosing. 🖖
My parameters today:
pH: 7.7 (before lights turned on)
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Two of my favorite beginner corals 👍
Pom Pom pulsing xenias and green star polyps, great in any nano tanks!
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