Greg D.

All in all, I would give this product an A+...we have all been searching for a cure for our algae problems and we have found it.

Size: 10
Livestock: 2 Yellow-tail Damsels. Coral Stock: Yellow Polyps, Mushrooms, Kenya Tree, Candy Cane, Green Star Polyps, Green Toadstool, Long Polyp Toadstool.
Lighting: clip-on EVO Quad LED light
Sump & Filtration: HOB filter and a Hydor Koralia powerhead
Any Other Info: Water Parameters: 20% water change every week, Temp 79*, Salinity: 1.026, PH 7.9, Alkalinity 4, Cal 420

8th Dose of Nualgi

So, I did my 8th dose today. I'm very impressed with the results. The hair algae problem that once plagued me is just about over. All rocks were loaded with this hair algae, but the top rock was virtually covered with long hair algae, which began to swallow my coral as well. The hair algae is now just about gone.

You can see a diatoms bloom on my sand and that, I believe, is because I began by overdosing. It is imperative for everyone to follow the dosing directions and ONLY DOSE according to the volume of water, not by the size of the tank. For instance, my tank is a 10 gallon, I dose as if it was a 9 gallon. 

I have noticed some change in my coral. My yellow polyps have began to spread and my leathers are expanded and looking great. I have also experienced some extra life that I did not notice before...some amps in the sand. All in all, I would give this product an A+...we have all been searching for a cure for our algae problems and we have found it.

By the way, you can see some new additions in the pic...1 monti on the upper rock and a bonded-pair of Chocolate Ocellaris. 

-Greg

4th Dose of Nualgi

So, this is my 4th dosage of Nualgi. I have noticed a considerable change in the amount of algae on the glass. I have also noticed some growth in my corals...my yellow polyps have began to spread and my green toadstool has sprouted.  I'm pretty impressed with Nualgi so far.

Before Nualgi

Suffering from Green Hair Algae. All coral doing great but with little growth.

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April 10, 2014

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