ok....the red hair is enough...i have it
so now Im in the same boat...I personally dont think waterf low will do anything to this.
I have alot of flow and it still comes back....plus if i move the PH
to flow that area it will move to another area....so thats worthless
I really dont want to have to buy a UV
filter....and honestly i dont see how that will resolve the existing cyano
? I can only see it keepin it form coming back.
So Im left with lighting and water changes.
Granted I am not blessed to be able to top off with RO
water changes and Im sure this may be why I have it...so until I get that I think I may read up on an additive to help kill it
Lighting - I only have NO
lights....granted its 160watts and I admit tend to keep it on along time
maybe Ill try to keep the lights off for a few days