I have a 5G planted tank that's only been up and running 11 days. So far everything has been going well - most plants seem happy, fish seem happy, water quality is good, etc.
The tank is a Radius rimless, and I'm just using the LED clip on that came with it. My understanding is that that's a super low light.
Well, a leaf of one of my Anubias that's closest to the light (it's up on some driftwood) is getting some algae on it - from pictures/threads it appears to be green spot or hair algae???
Any tips on how to keep this from getting out of control? The light can't exactly get lower.
In fact, I'd been considering upgrading to the Finnex FugeRay Planted+ Aquarium LED that I'd seen praised in another thread. I'd love more light in the tank simply for a better view, and figured upping to medium light would do the low light plants good. (And I like the idea of the moonlights)
But now I wonder if that's just asking for extra trouble?
Any thoughts appreciated. Thanks.