Question

 How to Kill Algae in Salt Water Aquariums?

Answer Saltwater aquariums can be an expensive hobby and the problems that can occur may be fatal for your tank's residents. Algae are a common problem with saltwater aquariums that can quickly take over ... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/how_7350953_kill-algae-salt-water-aquariums.html

Top Q&A For: How to Kill Algae in Salt Water Aquariums

If you need to shock a salt water pool because of algae do you need to turn the salt system off for awhile?

Answer If you keep all your water balances correct and run the chlorine generator unit properly keeping the Chlorine level of 1.0-3.0 PPM you should never need to shock your pool. I have heard of a... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/If_you_need_to_shock_a_salt_water_pool_because_of_algae_do_yo...

How to Get Rid of Brown Algae in a Salt Water Tank?

Brown algae are marine multicellular algae that include both enormous seaweed from the Northern Hemisphere waters and small formations in household water tanks. Some of the brown algae species are ... Read More »
http://www.ehow.com/how_6818880_rid-algae-salt-water-tank.html

How to Cure Red Slime Algae in Marine Aquariums?

A bacteria that makes it's own food makes your tank an unhealthy environment for your fish.After setting up and maintaining a beautiful marine aquarium, at some point later in time, when your nutri... Read More »
http://www.wikihow.com/Cure-Red-Slime-Algae-in-Marine-Aquariums

What should you do if algae formed while waiting for the salt water unit to be hooked up to the electrical?

Answer Add unstablised chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) at a rate of 2 litres per 50 cubic metres. This will SUPERCHLORINATE the pool water to between 6 and 10 parts per million. The sodium hypochl... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_should_you_do_if_algae_formed_while_waiting_for_the_salt...


feedback
loading