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Mr. Saltwater Tank Friday Am Quick Tip: Reference the Reference For An Accurate Test Kit

Can’t figure out which the color in the test tube matches up to on the color card? Use this tip to make it really easy.

Links in this show: www.mrsaltwatertank.com/testkits

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Mr. Saltwater Tank’s 448 Gallon Tank Build

Out with the old, in with the new

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Mr. Saltwater Tank Invades Reef-A-Palooza

I’m headed to the left coast and I’m taking 4 hours of Q&A with me

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Mr. Saltwater Tank’s Coverage of MACNA 2014 Part 4

The final installment of my MACNA 2014 coverage including an interview about dinoflagellates, and a budget-concious LED light

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Mr. Saltwater Tank’s Coverage of MACNA 2014 Part 3

In this episode of my MACNA 2014 coverage, I talk to EcoTech Marine, Real Reef Rock and Dr. Tim’s Aquatics.

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Mr. Saltwater Tank Friday Am Quick Tip: The Emergency Power From Above

When you lose power, you’ve got a couple of options to get your tank powered up. Here’s one option that requires zero gas and has no carbon footprint.

Links in this show: www.MrSaltWaterTank.com/site/solargenerator/

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Mr. Saltwater Tank TV Friday AM Quick Tip: The pH Trap of Saltwater Tanks

One big mistake people make in the saltwater tank world is to chase numbers. And one number people chase the most is pH.

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Mr. Saltwater Tank Covers MACNA 2014 Part 1

MACNA is the premier tradeshow for the saltwater aquarium world and here’s part of what caught my eye

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