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Old 05-04-2011, 01:38 AM   #11
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I think the reason for the algae is because bioballs are known as nitrate factories and with the extra nutrients and good lighting, algae starts to grow
How about changing it to eheim subtract pro? But I'm not sure If it works well in a sump.
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It does... there are several types of "bio media" I have 4 different kinds in my sump
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It does... there are several types of "bio media" I have 4 different kinds in my sump
There u go problem solved xD
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My tank seems to be doing a lot better now that I got rid of the bio balls from my sump. I have micro algae instead and it seems to be doing really well.
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