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Help - green algae out of control!
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Big Habeeb wrote on 11/7/2007 10:33 AM:
Whew...you had me worried there! Yeah, there's one spot on the rock
that seems to be a hot bed for the stuff, some thick green viscuous
algae there...but I was able to take care of that with a rubber glove
and a turkey baster (man, taken out of context that just sounds BAD).
It's mostly just the glass, overflow box etc. The snails are doing
the durndest and making a decent dent, but the stuff just seems to
grow incredibly fast...and I don't really want to end up with 200
snails running around
I'll go with the scrape it clean method, but I do have to ask: is this
something that will stop as the tank ages or is this going to be a
constant process? If it's going to be ongoing, that sea slug idea
might start to sppeal to me...
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