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Good question.  I hope one of our resident gurus will chime in.

Vaughn H.

On Thursday, March 16, 2006, at 11:20 AM, Jerry Baker wrote:

> I think in terms of plant growth we are trying to make it 
> light-limited.
> With respect to algae I thought the conventional wisdom here was that
> phosphate, nitrogen, iron, etc. were not sufficient causal factors, but
> that low CO2 in conjunction with high levels of nutrients *was*
> sufficient to allow an algae outbreak. If low CO2 and high nutrients do
> not cause algae in natural systems, I don't see why it would in the
> aquarium.

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