BioReefed Posted March 20 Share Posted March 20 I have a 16 gallon Biocube with a few corals and no fish for now since my tank is going fallow after my fish died of brooklynella. Recently battling cyano, and it seems it's going away slowly. My tank is a little over three moths old, and as you can see I didn't have a good start. My tank is looking better now even though the cyano still there. But I have noticed that my parameters are not consistent. I'm performing water changes every two weeks and my alkalinity doesn't go up, it is at 6 right now. Also my calcium stays at 360 constant, my PH stays at 7.8, My Nitrates and Phosphates keep going to zero and I have to add some NeoNitro and NeoPhos to keep it at 5 and 0.2, and I don't have any media in the chambers to lower those parameters. And I was wondering if, at only three months old, do I need to start dosing some calcium and alkalinity? I heard of a product called All for Reef, but it says that you should use it after your tank is 12 months old. What can I do to elevate the calcium, alkalinity, and PH on my tank? Here is a picture of my tank. 1 Quote Link to comment
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