Ive been fighting BGA in this tank for over a year, its been a constant problem and I think my last step is going to be to finally use antibiotics
The tank is currently filled, its around 8 gallons
Is Erythromycin the best for eliminating BGA?
All that I have in the tank right now is some dwarf hair grass and some florite substrate
Once Ive eliminated the BGA with the antibiotics what should I do to ensure i dont get it again and that can prevent algae in general?
For light its using a 25 Watt GE Daylight CFL, its rated at 6500k and 1500 lumens, and it is mounted in a clamp on work light fixture
I have a few different filter options
I have a air driven sponge filter, its rated for a 20 gallon tank, this one is 8 gallons (you can see it in this image: https://scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net/...70267364_o.jpg
I also have a fluval internal filter
The media is gone so im using blue filter pads
I was also considering getting a sunsun nano canister, but this would have to wait a few weeks probably
I plan to stock the tank with neon tetras and a few pygmy corries
I will also add a very small java fern and possibly some kind of moss
any advice would be greatly appreciated