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This may be the wrong place to ask this question but . . .
- To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
- Subject: This may be the wrong place to ask this question but . . .
- From: GramFran413 at aol_com
- Date: Thu, 28 Aug 2003 21:43:00 EDT
Algae is such a popular topic here that I thought I'd try. I have a 30T tank
with NO plants (except two huge plastic ones). The reason is that this is my
Silver Dollar tank -- six Silver Dollars and one Bristlenose Pleco (to
control -- that's a joke! -- the algae). The tank is in the living room, near a
southern exposure window. But, it's not as bad as it sounds -- there is a
permanent awning on the window and sunlight never enters the room. There's a
wonderful root-like piece of driftwood to 1) soften the water and give the Amazon
I get green spot algae on the glass. That's no big deal because I can scrape
it off with my BigAlsOnline Preferred Customer Card. (Glad it's good for
something <G>). But, there's a dark algae beginning to collect on my plastic
plants. Would you kind souls offer a suggestion as to what I might do to deter
this algae on these "plants". I really don't want to have to pull them out and
scrub them. Tanks a lot! Fran
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