Yea, I added another PH. I have the fluvial 304 out put near the surface. Two PHs one on the other side of the output. The newest PH is pointing at the bad spot of cyano
. I changed my feeding to every three days, temporarily. I don't think I like this, my damsels are now eating the algea off of the glass. Last weekend, scrubbed more than half my LR
(after I put in my clean up crew...DUH..lol). I think my problem might partly be the tank sets about 5 feet from at deck door, where the sun sets. There is a curtain that is always closed, but I imagine, the spectrum of light that feeds the cyan gets through the curtain.
I am thinking about covering that side with something to block the sun's rays, doing a 20% PWC
, and sucking up the algae with my new turkey baster and as much as i can with the vinyl hose.
Cyano produces O2 as a byproduct, hence the bubbles in the algae Smile It's likely not dying but rather...thriving?
I kind of figured on that, but was hoping it was die off!! LOL!!
How's the water flow in those areas? Could be a sign of dead spots.
I believe the flow is now decent in those areas, it's just on the side by the window. But I can move my PHs around to fit the tank's needs.