01-11-2011, 04:25 PM
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Originally Posted by cmc29
the blackout won't completely solve your problem, but in my case it killed out the cyano in my tank. After the blackout i had to dial down my lights, start adding ferts and add co2 to get everything in balance. It's all about the balance as you well know. For me it was easier (and more sightly) to get rid of the stuff, and then work to figure out what was out of whack. Thats just my thoughts on the issue, but i'm just an amateur. I'm sure whatever you decide to do will be the right thing.
I just want to go back to the way it was! Two years and all of a sudden?? I don't get it. Something, obviously, has changed, but I don't know what. I do not want to have to go the CO2 route, that I do know. Still trying to figure out how everything got so out of balance here... *sniffs*
An amateur? You got rid of cyano, are running CO2 and have an algae free tank. Amateurs can't to that!!