Did anyone know what algae is this?
Microscope photo: http://www.naturaquaristik-live.de/a....php?id=14860&
I asked a so called "algae expert guy" who shoots that photo, but he also wasnīt able to indentify this algae -nor- how to get ever rid off it.
The algae can build pretty long threads and attach plants. It canīt be fight with lowering light / Blackouts, EC, ferts or so.
It is pretty more stuborn thing like Clado and will still be introduced through new plants.
The biggest problem with this algae is:
If plants are healthy and as better the conditions for the plants = as better this algae will grow for sure.
So this makes killing this thing somehow difficult.
I know that I can kill this algae with H202, but dosing must be very high and I am affraid it will kill my rare plants. So I am looking for a "more safer chemical solution".
Is there any?