good to know. I appreciate the help. As far as cyano
goes, I'm not on any particular lighting schedule. Some days the lights may be on for 4 hours and some days it may be on only an hour or not at all. I have read that lighting is a key to cyano
surviving, but what I have seen is people recommend keeping the lights on 5 hours or less a day, which I do 99% of the time. Anyway will the lights being off most of the time actually starve out cyano
if it's present or will the cyano
just go into a hibernating state until enough lighting is present?