aqua one NanoReef 35 any tips for new beginner



I'm half new to keeping marine fish, I have basic knowledge on how to keep a marine tank but never had my own. I want to keep a small marine tank in my bedroom for something a bit different. I was thinking about having a small reef tank with 1 or 2 dartfish in it but mostly population corals. and a bit of live rock. I was theoretically wanted the tank to slowly pay for its self by fragging corals. any tips on growing coral in one of these tanks by dosing the tank or getting the corals to grow at a good rate?

bang guy

If you can find a reliable way to consistently dose limewater to replace your evaporation. This will maintain a lower PH and high carbonate levels (as well as Calcium).

High flow rate but not to the point where temperature gets too high. Same with light. If you carefully choose corals from the Red Sea or other areas with normally high temperatures that will help as well. Fortunately many of the Red Sea corals command good prices so that is an extra bonus.