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  1. Dustin Feagley
    Thanks! I really appreciate it
  2. lu.
    LOVE THE WAY THE COLOR POPS AT YOU LOOKS GOOD !!!!!!!
  3. Dustin Feagley
    I had the same problem with the ridiculously stubborn black algae(staghorn algae). Increasing co2, flow, and raising light higher from aquarium surface solved my problem. Physically removing stems...
  4. lu.
    Thank you I am using a 1.3 ph drop for the co2 and I use the hang on the back filters to keep the o2.
  5. Dustin Feagley
    Wow super dense! Awesome! Looks like you have some bright lights. How much co2 are you injecting? I can't go over 35-40 ppm or my discus get really lethargic