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Old 08-20-2019, 07:58 AM
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Hello Russreef, thank you. This is what I want to express. The products you listed have no practical experience. Do you think those products have caused Cyano to "continue" problems?
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Do you find additional Cyano issues that occur after these products start?

I don't mean bad comments on the product, just extra thoughts.
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Nori algae usually do contain a lot of iodine which does boost the growth of cyanos, would recommend to stop feeding them at the moment.

Have you observed a increase of the cyanos since the lighting change or does nothing changed ?

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Nothing really changed but I have put them back to 80% to see if this makes any change I will cut out the nori and see if anything changes thanks for all your help guys
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