Maximum Zoa Colour !

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  • #6015
    cooljim
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    Hi, :wave:
    Ive got a 60l nano tank, The light is a 60-80cm Arcadia Classica Stretch Freshwater.
    Lights on about 7 hours. The tank has aqua one sea salt (Huge tub with 90% still there)
    and has a 1200lph powerhead and and 800lph filter. No additives. I was wondering, i have 2 types of zoa, how to get the best colouration from them ? Right now they open and shows some colour and are a bit dull. Also they are only 10-15 heads each one. How would I make them grow fastest ? What placement is best- high flow/low flows. High light/low light etc. :thanks: 🙂

    #6027
    discreet.jim
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    Good lights and flow

    #6028
    discreet.jim
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    so around half way up with half flow or high light and high flow ?

    #6048
    amusing_jim
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    I do not no much about those lights, but freshwater?

    #6049
    amusing_jim
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    yes, thats what it says on the box, but a lights a light surely ?
    It doesnt have blue LEDS though and all i use are white ones.
    23watt and 21 LEDS
    4x 1.5W 10,000K
    5×1.5W 8,000K
    6x .24W RGB
    6×1.5W RGB
    What says on the box, dont know what it means though.

    #6061
    barker.piter
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    I can post pics of tank with light and the zoas tomorrow when the lights are on and the zoas are open.

    #6062
    barker.piter
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    To me that translates to me as “fantastic I’ll take the kids for a walk to B&M, have a lovely day”

    #6075
    parker_ynelly
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    Oh right, will that make a difference ? How ?
    (coincidentally I acually want algae and trying to get some hair as I plan a Ranford 🙂 Still, focus on the zoas !)

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