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Old 07-15-2014, 12:59 AM   #1
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So I have a little cyano issue. It was getting pretty bad so I put some new carbon and some new gfo in my tank. I cut down my lights cut down my feeding did weekly water changes like always 20gal per week added a second pwr head. Well it wouldn't go away so I fed phytoplankton got like 15 nasarius snails bought a detrivore added Tigger pods feed reef vitamins minerals weekly. Upped my kh changed to bi weekly water changes boom cyano is going away. I just have bubbles on my lr now? Why did doing the opposite of what I've been told to do work?

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