03-29-2007, 11:02 PM
| || | Oh, I had hair algae with a combination of black, red and green. SAEs eat them but the hillies will never do that. I simply raised the lighting intensity by changing into new ones. The old ones are getting dim.
Originally Posted by hamdogg08
Blue, your hilly tank is actually what gave me the idea. What are you doing to grow that much algae, and are there any brighter green kinda of hair algae?
I'm throwing tantrums already because my stupid dog destroyed my tub of rocks supposed to be harvested if ever coated with green algae.
The hillies are at the moment relishing the diatoms and red algae growing on my pumps and rocks.
Can we exchange tank water please? I never get to grow green algae which I assume is lack of phosphates as Chris mentioned. Plants are growing well but the green algae hasn't appeared just when I needed it.
Originally Posted by Holly
What's PO4? I have green spot algae and it's making me crazy cleaning the front, yes it's only on the front, of my tank.