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what kind of lgae?

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by hani, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. hani

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    In speaking, I call that beard algae. I may be wrong.
     
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    It looks a bit like Staghorn to me.


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    how do i get red of it? its not co2 related for sure. am using co2 tank, one reactor and one glass Diffuser. dc yellow with kh 4. 2 power head plus filter. EI used, its a 29 g with 2 CF LIGHT 55W EACH only one lihgt on at time with 1 hour over lap.
    no SAE, cant finde any where i live. any thought?
     
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    If your CO2 and flow is OK, as you say, then I would venture to guess that the staghorn is growing on old leaves that are leaking nutrients. These leaves need to be removed.
     
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