Plant-master Posted January 5, 2022 Share Posted January 5, 2022 (edited) Hi, I’m new to the forum and was having some trouble with algae in some new aquascapes. These tank have new plants in them and More to come but I am still working on the balancing process of these aquascapes, my dwarf hairgrass tank Has grown some thick algae on the top within like seven hours. I just gotten back from school and looked at my tank and all the algae had just grown. Since these are new tanks I’m assuming they have a lot of micro nutrients which is causing the algae to grow. I was thinking maybe the pressurized C02would have the plants out complete the algae. Is there a way I can keep this algae At bay and have a lush carpet? Also my Beta cube tank has some brown algae growing on the Bacopa. Edited January 5, 2022 by Plant-master Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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