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Fill some of your Reef Balls with suitable materials such as broken cinder blocks, natural rocks, left over pH neutralized concrete, small sized Reef Balls, etc. to gain added complexity for juvenile fish and increased diversity to the overall reef. Although the scientific investigation continues a good “guestimate” is that between 10-20% of the Reef Balls in each major cluster should contain this treatment to more closely mimic natural reefs.

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