H2O2 and shrimplets
The thread algae issue in my mayaca doesn't appear to be a nutrient deficiency; it's in an area with no canopy of floating plants, so I presume it's related to too much light. The fixture has been reported as 28 mMol at 12", which is at the upper end of low light as I understand it, so I'm not completely sold on that being the cause. Manually removing the algae is a bit too time-consuming and damages the tiny leaves too, so I'd like to try H2O2 spot treatment before replacing it with something more robust but typical, like rotala rotundifolia, for example, or vallisnera.
Is there a consensus on the best way to spot dose a tank with new shrimplets tiny enough to hide in the Mayaca? What the appropriate dose for a 7.5 g tank with mini-pellia, moss, and snails? Filter on or off?
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