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Re: NFC: Adopt-A-Tank help needed on blue green algae, overfeeding
I think most people that have had a problem with it will agree that
it is a pain in the --- to get rid of. Maracyn does it within about
5 days and it doesn't come back.
Look it up on the Krib and see what other people say about it---
From: IndyEsox at aol_com
Date sent: Wed, 30 Aug 2000 12:02:56 EDT
Subject: Re: NFC: Adopt-A-Tank help needed on blue green algae, overfeeding
To: nfc at actwin_com
Send reply to: nfc at actwin_com
> In a message dated 8/30/00 9:31:17 AM US Central Standard Time,
> JLW at pi_dune.net writes:
> The blue green algae will not respond to antibiotics, and is being
> caused by a high level of pollution, likely overfeeding. You have to
> do something about that. It does, also, like high-light -- are you
> getting a lot of sunlight or somesuch from somewhere? An antibiotic
> is a dangerous short term solution -- look into solving the problem
> before you put a temporary patch over it.
> Lots of indirect ambient light; it is an old Carnegie library with
> lots of huge windows. Also has double bulb florescent light on about
> 10 hours per day.
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