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Blue-green algae / cyanobacteria? Or is it something else?



 
 
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Old March 10th 11, 08:04 PM
rogerjackkson rogerjackkson is offline
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I will do a partial water change ... and get more water movement and aeration. I try to reduce the ventilation to keep carbon dioxide in the tank, but it may be better to increase the carbon dioxide injection and ventilation at the same time. I will also add more nitrate addition to the regular amount.
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Old April 16th 11, 12:15 PM
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This was already appropriate and it makes this being abound even FASTER than ever. It seems to adulation annihilation bigger than a baptize change and fertilizer. Doubling the ablaze aswell gave it a boost. There has to be some other answer.
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Old April 21st 11, 02:56 AM
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The sand is carefully vacuum twice a month that the 55 does
has the problem. These two reservoirs are set up side by side (same day)
all the same, but a harmless green algae, and
other provisions of this ugly looking black stuff. :-( I do not want to waste money
the addition of the plants when they know that these things are grown in them and drown them.
 




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