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Old 04-16-2008, 05:56 PM   #11
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The frozen should be thawed, rinsed with RO in a strainer and then fed. Frozen generally has quite a bit of PO4 in it too. You can also increase flow to the areas where you first see it take hold it doesn't get the chance to start. Adding some macro algae to a sump to help cut down on the nitrates will also help, but I believe the cyano will be the fist algae to consume the 'trates.

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