Greg H Posted February 14 Share Posted February 14 Hello, I have a brand new 66 gallon tank that I’ve been running for 2.5 months now. Everything so far has been running great! In the last 2-3 weeks I’ve noticed that I am developing what I think is BBA on my crypt spiralis and apontogeton crispus. I added my co-op light at click 3 for 8 hours. My tank is fairly tall and the algae largely appears to be attaching itself to the leaves that are mid way through the tank or towards the top. I am starting to see some at the bottom even though it is much less than the mid level. I am wondering if this is just a phase in the new cycle of my tank or if this is a sign I’m starting to get out of balance and need to make an adjustment. substrate: stratum, ecocomplete and crushed coral fertilizer: easy green. 2ml, 1 time per day Nitrates are at 25ppm after 2 weeks with no water change running CO2 for 8 hours stocking - 4 neons, 5 chili rasboras, 4 amanos, 1 hillstream loach, 3 killis. 2 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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