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We are only familiar with adding the amount via calcium and alkalinity uptake. Currently we do not know of instructions outside of that source.
I would like to put them all in one bottle and use a doser....not sure if I can combine them all.
Sorry but they cannot be mixed together in the same container. The different reagents will react with each other in those concentrations so they have to kept separate until added to the tank.
Through extensive research, Red Sea has idenitified 31 trace and minor elements that help make up the skeleton and soft tissue of corals. These elements are essential to the proper coloration of SPS corals. Red Sea has divided these elements into four groups which make up there Red Sea Coral Colors.
- Red Sea Coral Colors A (Iodine/Halogens) - promotes pink colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors B (Potassium) - promotes red colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors C (Iron/Complementary Trace Elements) - promotes green colors
- Red Sea Coral Colors D (Trace Element Complex) - promotes purple/blue colors
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good By Joe on 4/23/2013Joe would recommend this product to a friendI use this with my BRS two part to add trace elements. Conversion is pretty easy to calculate
great iodine supplement By Michael on 3/4/2013Michael would recommend this product to a friendNoticed considerable change in coloration of all my pink corals especially my montipora. great product easy ti use and the measuring cup is included