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Help For A Bad Algae

Discussion in 'Algae Control' started by elcamp, Jun 19, 2020.

  1. elcamp

    elcamp New Member

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    Bonjour à tous.

    Cela me dérange depuis des mois avec une algue dont je ne peux pas me débarrasser.

    Il attaque systématiquement les plantes.

    J'ai un aquarium de 240L

    J'ai installé un système CO2 il y a quelques mois et un nouvel éclairage.

    L'éclairage s'allume à 9h à 50% de ces capacités, atteignant 100% à 12h puis diminue progressivement à 0% à 19h.


    PH 7.2
    KH 5
    GH 10

    J'ai mis en place hier dans le filtre à tourbe actif afin d'abaisser un peu plus le PH

    NH4 0,05 mg / l
    NO2 0,01 MG / L
    CU <0,05

    TDS 220
    NO3 15 MG / L
    PO4 0,2 MG / L
    SI02 0,8 MG / L
    FE 0,3 MG / L

    température: 22 °


    Il y a peu de poissons:

    5 tetra du congo
    1 gourami
    5 Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi
    4 Kryptopterus Bicirrhis
    6 Hyphessobrycon megalopterus
    1 Ancistrus Gold
    3 Crossocheilus siamensis

    Avez-vous des conseils et une idée de la façon de vous débarrasser de ces algues?

    et quelle est cette algue

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    Merci pour votre aide, je ne sais pas quoi faire

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  2. rajkm

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    First thing you need to make sure is your CO2 level is appropriate.
    Measure your ph before CO2 starts and then all thru the day at regular intervals. You are aiming for a 1.1 PH drop for adequate CO2 levels.

    next would be water changes, 50% minimum weekly. More is better.

    dosing, keep a steady routine.
     
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    Hello thank you for the answer, I make 1 change of osmosis water per week but 35-40%. So I have to lower my PH to 6.1?
     
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    measure your starting PH and use that. RO water measures different in different tanks. 6.8 -7.2 range. Other things like wood or rocks can move your PH up or down.
     
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