Specific gravity? 1024?

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Ah that makes more sense,  is the Tetra salt any good? 👍🏻

So far so good on the little Euphyllia Reef. Also got it running in the 2.5g in the office. I am going to run an experiment using only tap water in that one though  :grin:

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I use RS Coral Pro which is 37.1g per Litre to get to 34/1.024 (at 25 deg). Compared to some of the others it does seem like I have to use quite a bit! (It's doing the job nicely for me at the moment though so will stick with it!)

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Reply #17

Thanks for that info lads, I guess I should now be asking what salt adds a good level of nutrients to keep at least sps happy?

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Reply #18

I see a lot of people online use Red Sea Salt (Blue Bucket)

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