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Old 05-28-2011, 04:34 PM   #1
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Algae and reef pods

Ok so I have a bunch of algae on my glass that I would like to get off but I dont wanna kill or hurt all the pods... Is there a way to do this? Ill post pics of the tank, pods and cleaning utensil.

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Just use a mag-float or razor blade, they'll be fine
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FantasyReef Databases-Viewing item "10 Step Plan for Nuisance Algae Control"

Use this 10 step battle plan. Cut the fuel source out and the algea will die.
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So.. Whatdya think? Will I kill the pods scrubbing with that?
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Melosu, hit the link but nada popped up, just the loggin..
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So does anyone know if im gonna kill them when I scrub the algae off my glass??
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