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Old 03-06-2015, 07:34 PM   #31
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I did a massive water change while siphoning the most algua possible. Cleaned my power heads and changed their poisition. I brushed all the rocks with a toothbrush which helped a lot. I flipped over some rocks which where to invested so that the algua invested part would not be facing the lights. I got a whole bunche of gunk out. Far from perfect but looks a lot better. Heres a picClick image for larger version

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Old 03-06-2015, 07:50 PM   #32
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How are your nitrate/phosphate levels now that you did the large water changes?
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Nice, lookin way better. Now I'd do a big water change every 3 days or so for a while.
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He always tested 0 for both NO3 and PO4.
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He always tested 0 for both NO3 and PO4.

BECAUSE the algae was consuming it all...
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BECAUSE the algae was consuming it all...
Yeah, same as in my tank -_-
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