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    Senior Member SantaMonica's Avatar
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    Anyone doing NPS

    ...especially a blueberry gorg?
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    Tried but was not successful.

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    Yep takes tons of food particles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SantaMonica View Post
    Yep takes tons of food particles.
    And tons of flow.

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    Well yes, but the flow just get the particles to the corals. More particles will reduce the need for flow.
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