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    JF Jolt Grow-Out Thread

    So this past weekend I was able to purchase one of the two Jolt Frags from Jason Fox. I wanted to document the growth of my frag since I have not seen anyone perform this with the Jolt. When I get home I will test all of my parameters and post them as well.

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    2 week progression, color is still around with a little growth around the base.

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    Cody, get that man a filter!

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    That is with his heavy filter. The jolt is just super blue naturally.



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    Quote Originally Posted by chrfrancis View Post
    That is with his heavy filter. The jolt is just super blue naturally.



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    Ohh ok, I am unfamiliar with it. I thought I saw you with one at reef currents. Looking forward to this thread.

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    Below are pictures with heavy blues and the filter and then with just mostly whites and no filter.

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    You have it under low/high light? Nice growth...

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    Both are super high up. About 9ish inches below the radions.

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    Where are the bright pink polyps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mittens View Post
    Where are the bright pink polyps?
    Still coloring up from being fragged I supposed!

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