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Old 12-20-2006, 09:20 PM   #1
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algea

well as you can tell i have algea everywere and dont know what to do it is on my rocks, glass, everything. It might be my filter it is the one that came with it. My tank is a 29 gallon so what can i do
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Don't worry. Answer these questions:
What/how much/how often are you feeding?
What is your light cycle?
How long have you had your light bulbs?
Is your "my info" still correct?
What are your water parameters?
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Algae is a PITA. As roka mentioned, we need some clarification. Can you get pics of the algae? Nuisance algae is most always related to excess nutrients in the water. Have you tested for PO4 and NO3?
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Old 12-22-2006, 06:11 PM   #5
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And, are you skimming?

What is used for flow?

How old is tank?

If "my info" is correct we have some work to do.
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