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Can't seem to kick cyanobacteria out of my Edge.

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Can't seem to kick cyanobacteria out of my Edge.
Old 12-09-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
 
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Can't seem to kick cyanobacteria out of my Edge.

I have a 6 gallon fluval edge that I've had up and running for about a year now and I have been struggling with cyanobacteria since day one. I keep the halogen lights off to try and control it but I'm having no luck. The tank is unplanted, home to a betta, and gets 50% water changes every week to ten days. Help!
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