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Old 05-12-2013, 09:15 PM   #1
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Light grey covering the sand

I've been battling a GHA outbreak, and I think I'm winning. With the weekly water changes I have been stirring up the sand real well to get all the crap out. When I'm done with the water change and everything settles I get this light grey dusting over the sand. over the next few days it will slowly turn dark brown and look nasty.

I use nothing but 0TDS RODI water and I have 0 nitrates when I test with the API master kit. What can I do to stop this from happening? I have one Koralia nano 240 ph in a 29g biocube (soon to be 125g).
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