Pepere Posted August 19, 2022 Share Posted August 19, 2022 Other than algae on my HOB, and water heaters, and of course on glass which I am fine with cleaning weekly, the most annoying algae is what forms on plants near the water surface. the leaves as the top of my Scarlet temple hasgreen patches, and valsinerius and dwarf sag leaves near top of water column has hairy green to darker algea patches about 3/4of an inch long. same stuff grows on driftwood near top but that is easy to pull out of tank and scrub. I could use some help on the plants though. Scrubbing them with a toothbrush hasnt proven that efficacious. Trimming leaves off is the fastest way to remove it. is it likely that Florida Flag Fish would help with this? i Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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