It's a case of having the right tools for the job
So what are the right tools then? Hydor Koralia's are the best to perform this job. Not only are they powerful but they allow you to push all important CO2 in the right location. Failure to do this means your plants do not receive the CO2 they need, but also if CO2 isn't getting to the right location then you can bet fertilisers aren't either. This can only mean
So for all of you wondering why you have got algae in your tank, ask yourself this question. Do you have sufficient fertilisers and water distribution in your aquarium and is CO2 being pushed around the entire tank...? Are your foreground plants struggling? If they are, I suspect it's because CO2 and fertilisers are not being directed onto them - point your Koralia at them so that the plants sway, then watch them grow :)
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