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  1. Hello, I am experiencing green water in my tank for the first time in many many years. Its a planted tank and had been running just fine for a long time. The green water started like 2 weeks ago after a period of medicating and gravel vac-ing (something I usually never do), so I feel like the cause of this is not an excess of nutrients since I was feeding very lightly or not at all. So no feeding for a week until today and the 2 weeks before that the feeding was very light compared to the usual. Clearly there is some imbalance causing this, but what I'm wondering is, if I go back to treating everything in the usual way regarding feeding and cleaning, shouldn't the balance re-establish slowly? Or any other suggestions? Keep in mind I am not in a hurry at all to get rid of this green water, I just want the end result to be clear water and would like to achieve it in the most natural way possible.
  2. You might be a nerm if the highlight of your morning was finally capturing on video that Daphnia green bowel movement that you had been patiently filming for so long trying to capture the moment. Exclaims to wife 'Honey, honey! I got the Daphnia poo! I got the Daphnia poo! Come look!"
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