RNN Episode 114 – Loss of Reefing Industry Legends – a Tribute

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Beating Dinos could it be that easy?, Spawning Acros and Loss of Industry Legends. This week Jeremy is installing his ReefBreeders Skimmer and ATO on the frag tank and enjoying growth and stability in the big tank. Peter is making progress on his battle with algae and seeing real results, he is planning on adding an ATS to the sump in the next week. All this and more on Episode 114 of the Reef News Network! Listener Coupon Codes: Marine Depot 10% off your order REEFNEWS Reef Kinetics - $50 off ReefBot RKLOVES Show Watch 2020 RAP Orlando - Sept 26/27 *New Venue Caribe Royale Orlando RAP New York - Dec 12/13 Greater Niagara - Sept 19/20 Powered By: Fritz Aquatics: www.fritzaquatics.com ReefBreeders: www.reefbreeders.com Sicce: www.sicce.com/en/ News: Jeremy- Second Generation Acropora Successfully Raised at Horniman Museum in London. Jamie Craggs and his team at the Horniman Museum & Gardens first successfully spawned and raised Acropora corals in an aquarium environment in 2013. Now this same team has succeeded in spawning the first generation of corals they raised in aquariums. The focus of this successive spawning study producing the world's first F2 generation of aquarium corals was none other than the illustrious Acropora millepora, a widespread, fast growing and very colorful coral. Also, as a really interesting side note, some familiar equipment was used to recreate the environmental marker that induce coral spawning. In particular, Radion LEDs were used. Together with the Horniman coral spawning team Ecotech has been refining some features of their light fixtures specifically for the purpose of promoting coral spawning. https://bit.ly/newsJeremy114 Peter- I've enjoyed this hobby for decades, and Dinoflagellates are the first pest that had me considering a break from reef-keeping. Both of my reef aquariums would get dinoflagellate outbreaks whenever I would make small changes. Corals struggled to grow and thrive while covered in the brown snot. I actually converted my smaller reef aquarium into a freshwater planted system, because it was in a more prominent area of the house, I couldn't stand looking at it. On the larger tank, I tried all the recommended solutions: UV, copepods, raising nutrients, peroxide, You name it. Then I stumbled on a forum post and youtube video by a reef2reef user, hankacrank. Suggested by Jake Applegate https://bit.ly/newsPeter114 Tip of the week: Soda or plastic bottle with bottom cut off to avoid fish eating directly fed LPS. Main Topic: A tribute episode to a few of the major losses to the industry. Lori Johnson, Dr. Jack Randall and Bob Fenner. Outro: Please like our Facebook and Instagram pages as well as subscribe to the Podcast Reef News Network: www.reefnewsnetwork.com Reef News Road Trip: https://bit.ly/2LZfoKd . Instagram: ReefNewsNetwork Hashtags to follow #ReefNewsNetwork , # , #nation Listener Calls: Go to: www.reefnewsnetwork.com click the tab on the right side of the page to leave us a voicemail. Reviews/Ratings: Reviews and Ratings help us reach new heights and continue to produce quality content, let us know how we are doing.

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