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Old 08-08-2011, 06:21 PM   #41
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Thanks unicorn!

I don't plan on having it come back, lol. I tried so hard to get rid of it naturally but I couldn't get on top of it.

Now that it's completely gone I feel like I can get ahold of it next time it starts - but I'm hoping that it won't because I'm doing everything right! I think the cyano was it's own nutrient source after it bloomed.

I did a 30% PWC and the ammonia is still about 1ppm and the nitrates are around 20-40ppm. Going to do another 30% PWC tomorrow.

The cyano is all gone but there are a couple of "mat skeletons" blowing on the rocks.. going to try to suck them out.

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Old 08-08-2011, 06:28 PM   #42
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No biggie, glad it worked out!
Just happy you didn't take your tank apart and stirred up some stuff

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