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Old 10-31-2012, 02:03 AM   #14
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Yes, having good circulation at the bottom levels of a tank will go a long way to helping avoid the development of blue-green algae. A water circulation pump, positioned properly, should eliminate any 'dead spots' at the bottom of the tank.
Had the circulation pump exchanged for a smaller one. Cleaned up the tank and removed alot of the BBA from the drift wood. Also redistributed the substrate, now the tank has alot more depth.
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