I’ve had a few clients complain about algae issues recently.
Algae is a plant and so the things they need to grow include sunlight, warmth and nutrients.
Over the summer, the nutrient loads may accumulate from increased feeding, and perhaps fewer water changes (many only top up losses from evaporation). Luckily the warmth and amount of sunlight is reducing.
But what if you’re still having problem algae? What can you do?
Please find information from a previous post – https://thefishvet.com/2012/02/08/algae-treatments-for-ponds-and-aquaria/
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