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Old 02-11-2014, 05:13 PM   #11
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Are my phosphate levels acceptable

It appears brown when first starting but turns green as soon as any thickness is achieved. This is just a genetic cue I take for seeing organic increases. But as your avatar implies, you may have had more experience with algae blooms than I have.
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Are my phosphate levels acceptable

So in the first stages it does is brown and not green as you stated until it thickens and then goes Green which is basically what I was saying i'm not trying to start an argument I just wanted to verify things no doubt you are a very knowledgeable person and thanks for sharing your information.
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