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Coral Color A is a complex of halogens (Iodine, Bromine, and Fluorine). The halogens act both as antioxidants and oxidative agents within the soft tissue and mucus layer of corals, reducing the possibility of coral bleaching. In active reef systems, these elements are depleted quickly due to their high oxidative abilities and reactivity with organic materials. Iodine and bromine are related to the pinkchroma-protein (pocciloporin).
Coral Color B is a complex of Potassium and Boron. Potassium plays an essential role in the transportation of coral nutrients within the soft tissue (including the nutrients provided by the Zooxanthellae). Potassium and Boron significantly affect the alkalinity of a corals soft tissue and the formation of aragonite in its skeleton. Potassium is related to the red chroma-proteins.
Coral Color C is a complex of 8 metals that includes Iron, Manganese, Cobalt, Copper, Aluminum, Zinc, Chrome and Nickel. These micro-elements are essential to many bio-chemical metabolic processes, including respiration, production of energy, chlorophyll and photosynthetic catalysts. C elements are related to the green/yellow chroma-proteins.
Coral Color D is a complex of 18 trace elements. These 18 elements (out of all the trace elements in NSW) participate in the metabolic processes inside a coral's skeleton and soft tissue. D elements are related to the blue/purple chroma-proteins.
Weekly dosing - Soft Corals
Test the Color Elements every week and dose each supplement to replenish back to the optimal levels.
Daily dosing - SPS corals
Ensure that all of the Color Elements are at optimal values and run the aquarium for 4 days at a stable salinity (compensate for evaporation daily) without adding any supplements. At the end of the 4 days test the Color Elements and calculate the 4-day dosage of each supplement to replenish them back to the optimal levels. Add the 4-day dosage to the system. Divide this 4 day dosage by 4 and use as the daily dosage for the next week.
After a week of adding the daily dosage, test the Color Elements and calculate the adjusting dosage of each supplement to replenish back to the optimal levels.
Continue testing all of the elements every week and make adjustments to the daily dosages as required. As your corals grow or you add or remove livestock the uptake of the elements in your aquarium will gradually change. It is recommended to keep a log book of the weekly measurements and dosages.
If you miss one or more days of supplementing add the complete amount that you have missed but do not exceed the maximum recommended daily increase for any of the elements