Re: Cultivated Red Algae?
> water, it has high phosphates coming out of the tap. I've decided to live
> with the problem (the algae on the driftwood is probably 1 1/2" (4cm) long
> and waves in the currents) and had mentioned this to my friend previously.
> After she saw the algae, she told me about a fish store near her house that
> sold driftwood covered exactly like mine. Imagine my surprise to find out
> the store couldn't keep them in stock and they charge a lot for this
> cultured driftwood (US$50 or more)! So if you have red algae problems,
> benefit from it. Find a local store that's interested in "designer
> decorated driftwood" and make a little money! :-)
> Rochelle Williams
> williaro at ftmcphsn-emh1_army.mil
> That wavy stuff on the driftwood is kind of nice now!
The latest issue of TFH has an article on red algae. I haven't
read it yet, but it looks beautiful when it grows on the rocks, not so
nice on plants though! I've got some filamentous green algae if anyone
wants some ;-)!