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Old 11-10-2012, 11:41 PM   #1
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Cyno

I got some cyno on a piece of LR and during a bi weekly water change I took out the LR and washed the cyno off. Is this good enough to get rid of the cyno?
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Doubtful.... cyano typically develops where high nutrients accumulate in area of low flow. Eradication usually requires solving both issues.
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Low flow
Over feeding
Poor make up water quality
These are the top reasons for Cyano blooms. IMO.

Cured by checking your makeup water, 0 TDS
Reduce feeding
Add a power head or two
And keep up the water changes.
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