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Shovelhead's Grow Out


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    shovelhead91701 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Shovelhead's Grow Out

    I liked John's format for this so I STOLE it!!!!! lol

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    Glass Cages 250 gal. custom dimensions- 60x30x32

    Lighting -
    4- 400w MH DIY pendants
    2-Ushio 20k bulbs
    2 Ushio 10k bulbs
    Timer controlled lighting runs 2 bulbs A.M. then kicks on other 2 bulbs around noon then fades out first two bulbs around 4 P.M. All lights moving from East to West to simulate sun motion.


    Flow-
    1 Tunze 6100
    1 Tunze 6200

    Return Pump-
    2 Mag 9.5

    Fuge & Contents
    Custom DIY Acrylic 60x24x26 (roughly)
    1x ASM G3 with mesh modded Octopus
    2x 250 Watt Stealth Heaters(only for backup they never run thanks to the pumps and lights)



    I'll add images and such when I receive the corals.

    Better than Kedds Reds
    DAY1


    Purple Deaths
    DAY1


    Devils Armor
    DAY1


    Eye of Rah
    DAY1


    Mystery Zoa
    DAY1


    Green Bay Packers
    DAY1


    Lunar Eclipse
    DAY1


    Cherry Corals SkyHigh's zoos
    DAY1
    The days are long and the work is difficult but every night I sleep as a man who has achieved his goals.

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    John - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    lol, that's ok. Awesome dimensions on that setup btw. I'll need to find the build thread.
    I will think outside the glassbox.

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    I'm gonna put the smack down on you with my noob hoopty 150 brother!! HAHA. Your system sounds really bad azz man, I have tank envy and I haven't even seen it LOL. Best of luck to you!!

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    shovelhead91701 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Thanks guys! haven't had time to get on much lately so sry for the late replies....lol
    The days are long and the work is difficult but every night I sleep as a man who has achieved his goals.

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    You ready to have your frag pack shipped yet? I know you wanted to give eveyone else a head start to make it fair and all....

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    jimsflies - Reefkeeper
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    The only guy with an excuse....never got your pack did you?

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    jolson10450 - Reefkeeper
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    Looking for the first half of February's updates on the grow out contest if you could update your thread it would be appreciated so we can add your total to the leader board chart. Thanks!

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