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Old 11/03/2014, 05:59 AM   #380
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What you are describing is essentially continuous culture. It can be done, and done very well. However, it requires a higher level technical infrastructure (read expense) and is tricky to maintain in both adequate feed levels and viability.

As for the choice of algaes. Simple, copepod nauplii don't do well on nano as it's too small. They need the larger algaes such as Tet and Iso, while the rots do well on Iso and very small nano.


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