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Old 07-20-2014, 08:02 PM   #11
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Okay so here is the deal. I took the pellets and hid them away because I think my room mate is feeding behind my back. I got brine shrimp I fed them on Saturday and did a 10% w/c. I will feed 3 times a 7 day week live food only now. I bought a brs dual reactor and it should come in on Tuesday so I'll get that put in and remove my sea side Aquatics reactor. Right now the cyano is kinda just stationary no growing not fading. We shall see if any of that helps. Anyone know any other tricks?

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Okay I put the brs dual reactor in and magic happened no more cyano after about a solid week it is 99% gone. I did what sniperhank said cut down to feeding every 3 days and copied his half cube of mysis rinsed out. Fish seem happy water looks good everything is doing well thanks everyone for the input.

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