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Although they sometimes look like colorful rocks, corals are living creatures.

Just as humans need air, water, and food to survive, corals have their own set of requirements to stay alive: light, water movement, nutrients, stability, and water chemistry. 

Keeping your water parameters at optimal levels and ensuring that your corals have access to the basic building blocks needed to grow and thrive will increase your success rate.

 
MAIL-IN TESTING
ICP-Analysis Analysis
ICP-Analysis Analysis
Aquaforest Marinlab Test
Aquaforest Marinlab Test
Don't make the mistake of just arbitrarily adding supplements to your aquarium.

You have to test before and for the duration of dosing for any type of any supplement you add to your tank.

Odds are you're stuck at home right now. hy not make the best out of a bad situation and get into the habit of regularly testing your water?

 
HOME TESTING
Aquaforest Kits
Aquaforest Kits
Salifert Test Kits
Salifert Test Kits
Giesemann Test Kits
Giesemann Test Kits
Red Sea Test Kits
Red Sea Test Kits
All sorts of things can go wrong if you start squirting supplements into your tank without testing your water first.

Messing with an aquarium's water chemistry can throw your whole system out of wack and cause massive algae blooms.

You can burn the tips of corals. Colors can fade or turn brown. Their skeletons can become brittle and weak. Or worse, your corals may wither away and die.

 
DIGITAL TESTING
IceCap
IceCap
AutoAqua Inline Digital TDS Meters
AutoAqua Inline Digital TDS Meters
Remember, you are caring for sensitive living organisms that can be negatively affected quite easily by overdosing them with chemicals.

As a reef hobbyist, you have one single job: maintain water quality. That is the key to growing a tank full of happy and colorful corals.

 
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