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Cyano

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I've upgraded my tank 6weeks ago and for the last 3 weeks have bad cyano outbreak have been dosing with cyano control ,have also raised the feeding any advice


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db75Reef

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Reply #1

A bit more details on your tank would help a lot; Cyano is normal in early stages of tank cycle; I wouldnt mess up with cyano control and such for now;
What do you mean "raised the feeding"?
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ajm83

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Reply #2

Hi, welcome to ReefBase

Yes as db75 says, params would be useful, phosphate and nitrate particularly.

Also pics would be handy (under normal daylight ideally, not blue lights), there are other things which can look similar but need different treatment.

Edit: forgot to say, that if it is cyano,  @Colombo 's product, Mycosidal did the job for me.
Last Edit: Jun 7, 2018 9:43:40 am by ajm83

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