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I posted this a few days ago but got no response:
I have a problem with what I believe is a type of Cladophora growing
along the bottom of a strongly lit, CO2 supplemented tank. It grows
attached to the gravel, and continues to survive despite my limiting of
nitrate, iron, and phosphate. It is a short, thick green
Meanwhile all plants grow well and flourish. The Cladophora is the only
visible algae in the tank. How can I remove it, or gradually get rid of
it? I'm stumped. I would like to stay away from using fishes
to control it.
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