01-07-2009, 09:55 PM
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LOL, yeah, i bet they would stop eating them... INSANE people!
You don't have too much in the tank and i know a person that has 15v in his and everything is growing well. He's actually wanting that to be in the tank because he's under the impression that the low voltage is purring growth within the tank. Weatherson is doing low voltage dosing to corals now for years and scientist are too. I wouldn't worry about it too much, but you should find the source becasue if there is a sudded spike... then you'll know what to unplug.
Over feeding... bad skimmer? water changes? big fish and a lot of poop? source water? high posphates. I'd say check all those. Cyano flourishes while the lights are on because it uses the photo to make the red, when the lights turn off the color goes to clear because there's no light turning it colors, but it's still there.
Find the source and take care of it. Then use something like ChemiClean to get it taken care of. I used it and all my cyano was gone by day 2. Follow the directions closely. Many have used it and have had success, others have used it and have had terrible things happen. In a bigger tank, you'll just have more cyano because there's more room for it to grow. I have a little on my sand, but it's because i over dosed my Coral Frenzie... Ooops..