Can a higher reef tank pH double coral growth? | BRStv Investigates

Today on BRStv Investigates, we're showing off our latest experiment in the BRStv Lab where we take a look at how higher pH can effect coral growth in the reef tank. Who wouldn't want 50% or more coral growth from their frags and we aim to find out if it's possible through pH control! Sign up for your chance to WIN some Neptune and EcoTech gear! https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/specials/free-stuff-prizes.html Today on BRStv, we have a brand new episode of our series, BRStv Investigates. In this series, we explore popular reefing theories, products, methods, and what the manuals are missing, with a focus on putting them to the test! In this installment, Ryan shares our experiment where we are putting elevated pH to the test to see just how it effects coral growth rates. Follow along as we also discuss just how this approach can work and the science behind coral growth. We release a new BRStv Investigates episode each Friday, so don't forget to hit that subscribe button to see what's coming up next! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this video and shall not be liable for any direct or indirect losses or damages of any type, including but not limited to punitive damages, or from personal injury or death resulting from or in any manner related to the video, and the products in and contents of the video. The viewer expressly agrees that aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents shall not be liable for any damages or losses related to the products in and content of the video and hereby agrees to hold the foregoing harmless from any such losses or damages.

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Today on BRStv Investigates, we're showing off our latest experiment in the BRStv Lab where we take a look at how higher pH can effect coral growth in the reef tank. Who wouldn't want 50% or more coral growth from their frags and we aim to find out if it's possible through pH control! Sign up for your chance to WIN some Neptune and EcoTech gear! https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/specials/free-stuff-prizes.html Today on BRStv, we have a brand new episode of our series, BRStv Investigates. In this series, we explore popular reefing theories, products, methods, and what the manuals are missing, with a focus on putting them to the test! In this installment, Ryan shares our experiment where we are putting elevated pH to the test to see just how it effects coral growth rates. Follow along as we also discuss just how this approach can work and the science behind coral growth. We release a new BRStv Investigates episode each Friday, so don't forget to hit that subscribe button to see what's coming up next! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents disclaim all express or implied warranties, in any way, related to the products and their application as presented in this video, make no representation or warranty regarding the products and the application as presented in this video and shall not be liable for any direct or indirect losses or damages of any type, including but not limited to punitive damages, or from personal injury or death resulting from or in any manner related to the video, and the products in and contents of the video. The viewer expressly agrees that aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents shall not be liable for any damages or losses related to the products in and content of the video and hereby agrees to hold the foregoing harmless from any such losses or damages.

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BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
As a big thanks to Neptune Systems and EcoTech Marine, we're giving away some of their awesome gear! Sign up below to WIN!
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Chuckles
Chuckles - 2 years ago
Absolutely! The Science of reefing is what many people are interested in,hungry for more experiment based trials, really great stuff thanks very much.
AnonymousBleach
AnonymousBleach - 2 years ago
PLEASE BRS, Let me win the MP10! :) lol
iguanabrad
iguanabrad - 2 years ago
Nice work sponsors, this kind of investment in education makes me want to buy your products I’ll be looking at world wide corals after this! And the Neptune system looks like a dream!
stefan busg
stefan busg - 2 years ago
BulkReefSupplyCom hell yes thanks so much to your constant professional studies and dedication to the hobby to help improve knowledge and separate the difference between truth an speculation. As well as the big thanks to the wwc, vortex and Neptune for helping further these test. What a great assistance to a wicked team.
Bruno Sette
Bruno Sette - 2 years ago
Any test results?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Coming very soon.. :)
S Prasad
S Prasad - 2 years ago
Updates?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Coming very soon! :)
googIereallysucks
googIereallysucks - 2 years ago
Time for the 3 month update!
Tashreeq Chellan
Tashreeq Chellan - 2 years ago
Does anyone know if the results of this experiment has been released yet?
Tashreeq Chellan
Tashreeq Chellan - 2 years ago
Thanks.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
We haven’t followed up on this one just yet, as the experiment is currently ongoing, but we should expect an update on some of our testing efforts in the near future. :)
Libuin
Libuin - 2 years ago
Waiting for the results, are we going to get an update at 3 months?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
We've got updates on this and more experiments in the near future!
Bobby Green
Bobby Green - 2 years ago
This video has perfect timing as I'm battling ph Issues myself. I have way to many mouth breathers in my house and co2 has been around 1200 PPM on my detector and as my ph dropped sps started bleaching
Tommy G
Tommy G - 2 years ago
We REALLY appreciate your info! Thanx to BRS, Neptune, EcoTech & WWCorals!!
Garry Mcgrath
Garry Mcgrath - 2 years ago
I don't believe it increases I believe I creates precipitation issues all ways kept my tanks a natural see values keep phosphates low = FAST coral growth

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Michigan fan
Michigan fan - 2 years ago
I haven't tested my ph in like 2 years
Daniel H Jeffery
Daniel H Jeffery - 2 years ago
I recently set up a 6 gallon SPS connected to a 13 Gal cryptic sump and a 14 Gal refugium with chaeto. pH currently 8.4-8.5. Fuge nowhere near full yet, hoping for higher pH. Heavily feeding rotifers.
00Mass00
00Mass00 - 2 years ago
Amazing effort guys! Can't wait for the results! you just might change the future of reefing!
Tulley DA_Teach
Tulley DA_Teach - 2 years ago
Thanks to all the suppliers
Avish Vohra
Avish Vohra - 2 years ago
cant wait for these results. Also really like the ULM series > is uv worth it?!. BRS has is my newest fav channel to watch !
RioGuy
RioGuy - 2 years ago
Save 5 minutes of marketing of products and just skip to: https://youtu.be/guDySmm99b4?t=353
Ken Berardi
Ken Berardi - 2 years ago
Thanks for another great test guys! Love to see all these trial results that are impossible to test at home! Great collaboration!
Sailing Free At Last
Sailing Free At Last - 2 years ago
shout out to the companies that helped out with this amazing experiment! including bulkreefsupply
Liera Sorrowin
Liera Sorrowin - 2 years ago
It's fantastic that WWC, Ecotech and Neptune would pitch in to help with this investigation. It's great to see that others besides just BRS care about more than just selling the product!
Euphoric Reptiles
Euphoric Reptiles - 2 years ago
Cant wait to see the update in 3 months

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ReRe
ReRe - 2 years ago
Gotta be one of the best series topics so far, I want a time machine to go see the results now :)
David Burnside
David Burnside - 2 years ago
Definitely shout out to BRS, Ecotech, Neptune, and WWC for their participation in this. This is how we continue to get quality content from BRS AND let's not forget the awesome giveaways they do every week. Thanks!
RuHmVu
RuHmVu - 2 years ago
Thank you for this video:)
bearded-flipflop
bearded-flipflop - 2 years ago
Thanks for doing this. Can't wait for results. As my tank suits at the 8ph mark.
George Abraham
George Abraham - 2 years ago
thanks to BRS, Neptune, Ecotech, and WWC for putting on this experiment.
joe0813
joe0813 - 2 years ago
i can not get my PH over 7.9 for the life of me. tried opening windows, co2 scrubber and neither helped
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Are you using a pH test kit or monitoring with a pH monitor or aquarium controller?
jim28fl
jim28fl - 2 years ago
Great job as always! PH is a hot topic right now as is ALK stability on the forums. This is going to be a great experiment. I personally say thank you everyone involved in bringing this information to the BRS community. I think all three of the companies named in helping with this test ECOTECH, Neptune, and WWC are great stand up folks who care about the Critters as much or more than making money in all this. Looking forward to seeing BRS at RAP Orlando again this year.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Can't wait to see you there! Be sure to stop Ryan and I to say hello. :)
bruce phillips
bruce phillips - 2 years ago
well done guys turning the tide on all the misinformation . bravo
Ady
Ady - 2 years ago
Yeah so much work, a proper laboratory lol. Love how much you give back to the community, the knowledge I mean not the giveaway. Makes what you do a lot more than just a money making business. Thanks a million guys
ReefMan
ReefMan - 2 years ago
It will be really interesting to see how this turns out!

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alex .asian
alex .asian - 2 years ago
you should giveaway all those drags when you’re done - i’ll definitely take some!
Tony's reef keeping
Tony's reef keeping - 2 years ago
Wow, I love that you guys are doing this. Can't wait for the results.
A Ron
A Ron - 2 years ago
you guys need my address for the free stuff I'm gonna win?
AlexGs Aquarium
AlexGs Aquarium - 2 years ago
This will be an interesting experiment to monitor. Sounds like a good setup for testing the theory on the impact of pH on coral growth rates.
Cameron Kirby
Cameron Kirby - 2 years ago
Setting up a reef tank alone is RIP expensive let alone the research you guys are doing to keep people informed.

Keep up the good work and one day everyone will have successful sps reef tanks at home.
Noah Fuller
Noah Fuller - 2 years ago
When will you guys have pukani rock again.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
We had a break in supply from Fiji due to a temporary ban on export. We should be getting more rock in the near future.
urb777
urb777 - 2 years ago
please explain how Carbon Dioxide Scrubber .work
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Here's a couple of videos we did on the scrubber a while back. https://youtu.be/t69huBU8xyM https://youtu.be/tNNfIpXEzvI
Ryan, Maccallum
Ryan, Maccallum - 2 years ago
I would love ,and need some new gear to upgrade my system to get the best out of my tank!!! Great video as always
#Rossy's Corals
#Rossy's Corals - 2 years ago
SPOILER ALERT YES
HNiCDuke
HNiCDuke - 2 years ago
What type of fish are those from 33 - 38?
The ones that were chasing each other.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Those are Blotched Anthias
(Odontanthias borbonius)
gerald gauss
gerald gauss - 2 years ago
Thansk for doing these experiments and furthering the success of the hobby. We can’t get better without trying new ideas.
150 Gallon Triton Oasis Reef Tank
150 Gallon Triton Oasis Reef Tank - 2 years ago
Looking forward to seeing the results.
Kreger's Aquariums
Kreger's Aquariums - 2 years ago
Great experiment! Will you be placing an opaque barrier between the tanks to prevent lighting advantages to the middle tanks?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Great point, I'm sure Aaron has a barrier figured out for them. :)
SSM Pravda
SSM Pravda - 2 years ago
Thanks for the hard work and the sponsors for hooking all of the community up with solid tests and data.
sheldon jessup
sheldon jessup - 2 years ago
Thank you to all the companies and parties involved to bringing this type of video to the community!
Daniel stan
Daniel stan - 2 years ago
This is why your the best. Testing ! Trying it out and shareing it with the world
telegraham
telegraham - 2 years ago
Thank you BRS, Neptune Systems, Ecotech Marine, and WWC for helping to eliminate the guesswork from a hobby we all love and support. Y’all are awesome!
Jon Haggins
Jon Haggins - 2 years ago
To be honest I run my PH at 8.3 and I have amazing growth vs any other ph ...it got up to 8.5 and scared me
vikram sudera
vikram sudera - 2 years ago
Another awesome experiment. Cant wait to see the results
David Edmends
David Edmends - 2 years ago
If you are using the apex to control the Radions would you be able to upload your profile and tell us what you called it please?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
We are using EcoSmart Live and the ReefLink to control the Radions at 100% AB+ preset template.

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Anthony Ragan
Anthony Ragan - 2 years ago
You do the most information-packed videos, fresh or salt, on YouTube. Great work.
James JimenezDuran
James JimenezDuran - 2 years ago
Thank, Neptune, Ecotech and WWC
MARINE TV
MARINE TV - 2 years ago
an other super sweet experiment and test which can't be done at home
thanks to BRS , Rayn you are awesome
Tha Bizness Reef Tank
Tha Bizness Reef Tank - 2 years ago
You cant get any better than this!
Otto Reese
Otto Reese - 2 years ago
I'm super excited to see how this will turn out. I am constantly battling a pH that hovers around 7.8 to 8.0. I can't seem to get any higher. I've been debating on whether or not to get a CO2 scrubber. This will maybe help make my decision.
Tom Gionet
Tom Gionet - 2 years ago
You guys need a warehouse on the east coast. Like in CT. Next door to me.
420reefer
420reefer - 2 years ago
I keep PH at 12. can watch the coral grow. have a team of people fragging the same coral everyday.
Alex Kingcole
Alex Kingcole - 2 years ago
Awesome experiment, I place my odds on the higher pH for prominent growth :)
Stephan Bitterwolf
Stephan Bitterwolf - 2 years ago
Great video. Idk if I missed it but I was expecting results based off of the title.
Crypto Bulldog
Crypto Bulldog - 2 years ago
Big tank you... to the sponsors. Awesome of you guys to help people do large tests like this~!
michael howard
michael howard - 2 years ago
Big thanks to BRS, WWC, Neptune and Ecotech for putting back into the hobby. Oh and Ryan, if you'll ship to Australia we'll buy from you!
Jules H
Jules H - 2 years ago
Just a note about ocean acidification. If the average pH of the ocean drops to 7.8 from 8.1 by 2100 as predicted, it will still be well above seven, the neutral point where alkalinity becomes acidity.
The central concern is that lower pH will make it harder for corals, clams and other “calcifier” creatures to make calcium carbonate skeletons and shells. Yet this concern also may be overstated. Off Papua New Guinea and the Italian island of Ischia, where natural carbon-dioxide bubbles from volcanic vents make the sea less alkaline, and off the Yucatan, where underwater springs make seawater actually acidic, studies have shown that at least some kinds of calcifiers still thrive—at least as far down as pH 7.8.
In a recent experiment in the Mediterranean, reported in Nature Climate Change, corals and mollusks were transplanted to lower pH sites, where they proved “able to calcify and grow at even faster than normal rates when exposed to the high [carbon-dioxide] levels projected for the next 300 years.” In any case, freshwater mussels thrive in Scottish rivers, where the pH is as low as five.

Source Scripps.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Interesting, we'll have to take a look at that experiment. :)
Reefgeek _PR
Reefgeek _PR - 2 years ago
You are the best!
Cody Horn
Cody Horn - 2 years ago
Idea; investagate effectivness of differnt types of macro algae
mili-nium-etal Silver sliver
mili-nium-etal Silver sliver - 2 years ago
Thank you for all your work. I personally try to keep my tank around 8.4 with alkaline buffer. 7 milimeters almost everyday. I also feed my corals (predominately anemones) reef frenzy and they have grown alot in a couple of months. I know a guy with a great tank and he even keeps his pH around 8.9. This is going to be a great experiment and looking forward to the results.
Gareth Bontorno
Gareth Bontorno - 2 years ago
Fantastic experimental design. Look forward to the results. Great job BRS.
Arrick L
Arrick L - 2 years ago
This is a very good test. Thanks to all that contributed. This is knowledge we could all use.
arkayology
arkayology - 2 years ago
Awesome experiment!
Brian Magee
Brian Magee - 2 years ago
Your approach to separating the science from the myth in this hobby has been an amazing breathe of fresh air. You have my business when ever possible. Thank you!
Adam Nitschke
Adam Nitschke - 2 years ago
I love what you guys are doing with trhis test! Ph is something I have struggled with as I have my entire system in a finished basement. Running an outside airline for the skimmer has helped but getting above 8.15 doesn't happen often, only when the weather permits a window being cracked. Even then, the upper teens is the best I've seen.
Ted R.
Ted R. - 2 years ago
Oh boy the ph battle begins.
Mr Beepinheimer
Mr Beepinheimer - 2 years ago
I'm really loving the BRS Investigates series, as of late it's been my go-to for sciencey / nature type media. I'm sure everyone also appreciate's knowing that BRS is the only shop willing to test how effective it's products actually are. As always, I'm looking forward to future updates, thanks BRS.
Brandon Rosemeyer
Brandon Rosemeyer - 2 years ago
I don't even have a reef tank and i geek out at these videos... THIS IS FREAKING AWESOME! Love it when science gets mixed in with a hobby in a way that it doesn't really play a part in at this level currently.
diana aliprandi
diana aliprandi - 2 years ago
Thank you to all the companies and individuals who helped in this.
Anthony Fairthorne
Anthony Fairthorne - 2 years ago
Another fantastic experiment that will be a huge help to so many people!
Loving your work guys! Just wish we could purchase from you from the UK !!
googIereallysucks
googIereallysucks - 2 years ago
I've been waiting for this video!
Chad Gau
Chad Gau - 2 years ago
Big thanks BRS, Neptune Systems, EcoTech Marine, and WWC!
Gerald Yusko
Gerald Yusko - 2 years ago
You guys are great! Thanks ecotech Neptune and worldwidecorals. Im curious, I’ve always ran a 8.0 at about 80 degrees F. BRS has helped so much to new ideas and seeing proof in the pudding. Thanks and keep going!!
Tom ́s Hobbys
Tom ́s Hobbys - 2 years ago
i have my tank at a ph 8.6 but not dosing its as this ph al the time. will get some lps to se if it happens more growth
ReefDudes
ReefDudes - 2 years ago
Another awesome experiment would be to find it if corals calcify and grow when the lights are on or when they are off at night
qutabo
qutabo - 2 years ago
i just got back to reefing and need to learn alot and you guys at BRSTV is now my standard for getting knowledge, keep it up, we need it since you go the extra mile!
456diablo2112
456diablo2112 - 2 years ago
I can't thank you and your sponsors enough for this work. In fact, I watched your entire 52 weeks of reefing series, and its been essential as I setup my first Reef tank. Your contributions to this hobby are fantastic, and most (MOST!) appreciated by me and other new reefers, I'm sure. I'll be following this experiment closely. My (new 3 month) tank is running between 7.9 and 8.0 using outside air and a reverse light cycle algae reactor. Be interested to see if I have to take more proactive steps to speed up growth of all the new frags in my tank.
Jay Moodley
Jay Moodley - 2 years ago
Great video looking forward to the follow up videos
kevin kershaw
kevin kershaw - 2 years ago
WOW
Nifilheimur
Nifilheimur - 2 years ago
BRStv is my favorite youtube channel. now only if you would open up a Europe branch so one could do business with you that would be awesome.
00Mass00
00Mass00 - 2 years ago
Exactly my thought! Germany would be a great location because of it's big market.
Stickysynapse
Stickysynapse - 2 years ago
+ Asia
Dan Lester
Dan Lester - 2 years ago
Thank you Neptune, Ecotech ,and WWC keep up the good work !
Rutuj Anturkar
Rutuj Anturkar - 2 years ago
Thanks to Neptune,Echotech and WWC
Robert Seigneurie
Robert Seigneurie - 2 years ago
Nice testbed and approach, On one of the 2 control tanks, I really wish you would run the triton method to compare results vrs
traditional WC. Thanks Ryan for Your Cash, Time, and effort to do all of these things. When I see these series I think Payroll and cost associated with each, and Thank you Andrew for not saying ENOUGH ALREADY!...Nice work on the build Arron.
Thanks again WWC-NEPTUNE-ECOTECH, as all three are already in my tank.
Rutuj Anturkar
Rutuj Anturkar - 2 years ago
Ahh the first time i was thankful for taking a chemistry class in college
Paul Guy
Paul Guy - 2 years ago
I think its about Tax costs the US to much to post here. It stinks
Tyler Gore
Tyler Gore - 2 years ago
I'm looking forward to seeing how this experiment pans out simply for the chemistry aspect of it all. The fact that I may be able to apply some of this to my reef tanks is just a bonus! Big props to the BRS team, Neptune, WW Corals, and Ecotech for making this happen.
Tru Reef
Tru Reef - 2 years ago
Thank you Neptune Ecotech and WWC
Tru Reef
Tru Reef - 2 years ago
What is that red sps piece up front the color I have to have.
Tru Reef
Tru Reef - 2 years ago
BulkReefSupplyCom the one in the brs 160
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
The stick looking SPS is a birdsnest type coral. :)
Tru Reef
Tru Reef - 2 years ago
I think it does..
Robert Collings
Robert Collings - 2 years ago
Do we need to have faster growth or growth at a lower more stable rate ?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
It's worth testing and finding out, although it may be difficult to determine if skeletal structure is changed by how fast corals grow.
Faucet Couch
Faucet Couch - 2 years ago
When you buy from BRS you support the advancement our hobby.
Jim
Jim - 2 years ago
I am seriously looking forward to this experiment!!! Awesome Job BRS. and Shoutouts to Neptune, EcoTech and WWCorals! 2 if which I use. WWC doesnt ship to canada so I can use them :) (hope this changes)
Mike B
Mike B - 2 years ago
Depending upon the outcome of this experiment, my next question is how practical is it to fight pH to keep a particular value. I mean I know you can artificially tweak it, but is it really cost effective to do so.
Mike B
Mike B - 2 years ago
Well there's your next series! How much do each of those methods actually raise pH, I believe you already did the CO2 scrubber one but that can get expensive replacing the media constantly, refugium do what a 2-3 tenths at night if you run it on a reverse cycle? Kalkwasser absolutely can raise pH but can you add in enough quantity to consistently keep the pH up without also overloading your calcium and alkalinity, 2part... never heard of that method to raise pH.
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Between 2 part, c02 scrubbers, refugiums, kalkwasser , fresh air and proper skimmer use there is a plethora of methods.​ Not everyone will be able to do it but most will be able to find a easy method.
Gb J
Gb J - 2 years ago
ECOTECH, NEPTUNE & WWC + BRS. Thank you. It shows you are LEADERS in the Industry when you push for more knowledge based reefing. THANK YOU!!!!
My next dream tank will feature Radion lights and pumps, an Apex and will start to buy corals from WWC!!!
Eder Quiroz
Eder Quiroz - 2 years ago
Special thanks to Ecotech, Neptune, WWC, and BRS(Andrew) for working together and generously providing equipment/livestock an power needed to further investigate and enhance reef keeping.
Super Bacon
Super Bacon - 2 years ago
10/10 FOR SCIENCE! AND FOR REEFERS EVERYWHERE!

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Paul Garwood
Paul Garwood - 2 years ago
That's looks to be a very good experiment, but please what in your opinion is a good way to raise the PH in a Reef tank?
BulkReefSupplyCom
BulkReefSupplyCom - 2 years ago
Many reefers add additional flow to the tank to increase the oxygen exchange, or open a window to increase the ambient oxygen. Another option is to add a CO2 scrubber.
Scott Campbell
Scott Campbell - 2 years ago
Amazing video
Uncle Fresh Reef
Uncle Fresh Reef - 2 years ago
I would like to thank BRS, WWC, Ecotech and Neptune for all the resources they give back to the hobby!
Anthony Murphy
Anthony Murphy - 2 years ago
Love your videos the detail and knowledge is what helped me get into the hobby and has helped more than I will ever be able to say. Thank you and Neptune and eco tech for making these possible
Don Lidtke
Don Lidtke - 2 years ago
Thank you BRS, Neptune, EcoTech, amd WWC for the time, energy and money to help us reefers to better understand the the hobby we love!
Luca Martino
Luca Martino - 2 years ago
Great job! I am loving the companies that support these experiments. Hats off to Neptune, Ecotech, and WWC.
Justin De Jager
Justin De Jager - 2 years ago
My thanks to BRS, Ecotech, Neptune and WWC. These videos are an incredible contribution to the knowledge pool and are shaping the future of the hobby.
quepiid
quepiid - 2 years ago
Yeah! New investigation
Speedy
Speedy - 2 years ago
Love BRS ❤️
Jase Poag
Jase Poag - 2 years ago
This is the kind of stuff I like to see. The ULM series is great if you're setting up a new tank, but mine is already set up. I wonder how much pH swings affect things. Mine swings from 7-85-8.3 every day.
Eric Ranschau
Eric Ranschau - 2 years ago
Can’t wait for the results! I had a CO2 scrubber on my skimmer for a while but it was a bit of a maintenance headache so I quit using it. If this tear does show that much increased growth I’ll sure be adding it back to the system!
KC Childers
KC Childers - 2 years ago
I'm going to tell you right now your experiment is going to work. For a year I struggled just to keep coral, the one's I did never grew. I added a homemade co2 scrubber and was able to get my ph almost to 8.2 and boom everything took off.
Warren Wang
Warren Wang - 2 years ago
You guys are the best!
Kiel F
Kiel F - 2 years ago
Wow... Big thumbs up for the sponsors. I will buy from these sponsors just because of these videos. Keep up the BRS investigates! Looking forward to the next one.
JustGrowYaOwn 420
JustGrowYaOwn 420 - 2 years ago
nothing happens fast in a reef aquarium idc what u do and most the time if u rush things u pay for it later
Tom
Tom - 2 years ago
I want some free gear! Im setting up a new tank and I neeeeed this!

I am down to $5.71c per day for food!!

Spent todays food money on a bucket..... :(

And I'm not talking about food for the fish.....
Adam Hansen
Adam Hansen - 2 years ago
Tom Hey man, to each his own, I respect your dedication.
Tom
Tom - 2 years ago
Adam Hansen

Reconsider my priorities??

Er... Do you EVEN reef bro?

Lol :)

Tank = life

If I can get by on under 6 bucks a day for food until pay day so that I can get this new tank cycling, then that my friend is simple good budgeting....
Adam Hansen
Adam Hansen - 2 years ago
Tom If you can't afford to take care of yourself, maybe its time to reconsider you're priorities. Begging for free gear is a guaranteed way to NOT be selected as a winner.
Yavo
Yavo - 2 years ago
WOW!!! Nice experiment!!!
Cole Weede
Cole Weede - 2 years ago
Brs is why I look forward to Friday
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