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Old 10-19-2004, 01:11 PM   #1
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algae grow up!!

is ther a cemical that i can add to my aquarium so ther would be more algae growing?
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What type of algae are you wanting to grow?

If it is coralline, Alk and Ca must be in sufficient quantities (350ppm for Ca and ~8DKH for Alk) and you must also provide enough light (2+ wpg).
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