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Achieving the Impossible




With the 2Hr Way, it is possible to have very strong lighting (>200umols of PAR) and a tank that remains algae free.



How to get rid of staghorn algae

How to get rid of staghorn algae

November 26, 2019

Staghorn algae appear as thick grey hairs on the edges of leaf margins. They can be hard to remove by hand. They differ from BBA (Black brush algae) in that BBA has a finer texture and usually darker color.
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How to control fuzz/hair/thread algae (filamentous algae)

How to control fuzz/hair/thread algae (filamentous algae)

August 06, 2019

Filamentous algae includes hair, fur, fuzz, thread algae. All these have common trigger factors and tend to attach to damaged or stressed plants. Healthy, well maintained planted tanks should be completely free of filamentous algae.
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How to control brown algae (diatoms)

How to control brown algae (diatoms)

August 06, 2019

Diatoms, also known as brown algae, appear as brown patches on plants. Brown algae is common in new setups for the first couple of weeks. Often, brown algae or diatoms can go away without much intervention as the tank matures. Read on to find out how to remove brown algae or diatoms from planted tank.
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