Alot of brown sediment settling in the tank...
Recently re-setup my 75 gallon tank after moving. It is decently planted and have a handful of fish... the issue I'm running in to is that I'm getting a lot of brown sediment that is settling on the plants and on the substrate. I don't believe this is brown algae because when I make a little bit of current over it, it flows through the water. I also have some particles that seem to never really settle.
Will this eventually be broken down once it's more established? Or is there something I could do to help clear this up? (besides water changes)
I currently am running a rena filstar xp3 with matrix, seagel, and purigen, and also foam inserts + filter floss for media. It's also inline with a UV and CO2 reactor. 4x65 compact's - 2 6700K & 2 10,000K.
The tank has been set up for 2 months now, and I only added fish about 2-3 weeks ago along with the plants about a month ago. Current livestock is...
2 golden rams
5 threadfin tetra's
2 bumble bee goby's
+ assortment of all kinds of plants
only able to do weekly plant supplement dosing due to traveling for work
I hope this is something that will eventually be consumed by the bacteria in my tank, but was just curious if anyone had run into this before and tracked a rough timeline of how long it took before it went away.
I am almost positive that this is not a brown algae, but I could be completely wrong.
Thanks for the help in advance!