11-14-2013, 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by JonandJo
thanks guys, I was worried as nitrate had dropped to 0, nitrite and ammonia just above 0, but that will be solved with water change tomorrow.
Yes I have plants there going well.
sometimes after nitrates (finally) drop to 0, you get cyano bacteria blooms. If that happens just kill the lights and stop adding food untill it dies off. Then resume with 1/2 lighting and feeding and adjust so the plants thrive but the cyano stays away.