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Old 04-15-2018, 08:28 PM   #1
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Algea this ugly brown

My tank is filled with reddish brown algea everywhere from the sand to the glass , it looks bad, and I was wondering how to deal with it , when I clean it it comes back instantly
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Cyanobacteria. Increase the flow in the tank as it thrives in low flow areas. Youll also want to do a water change with ro/di water to bring the nutrients down.
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