Too Much Algea on the back of Tank?
My Tank is 3 months old and has been doing great
one thing is Green hair Algea has taken over the Back of the Tank.
It isnt a problem anywhere else. My clean up crew
keeps the LR
Algea free. Every so often a Snail will
plow through the Algea on the back leaving a clear glass
road. I attatched a Pic so you can see.
My water levels are excellent.
I do a 15 gallon water change every 2 weeks.
I only use RO
Ammonia = 0
Nitrite = 0
Nitrate = 0
Lighting is in my Sig.
Lights are running 12 hours.
run for 10
I am not sure if it looks bad or not. what do you think?
is it ok all over the back of the tank or do
I need to remove it?
72Gallon Bow Tank
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