dag.klaveness at bio.uio.no
Mon Mar 29 13:17:48 EST 2004
Algae need light to grow. Cover the tank, make the inside completely (!!)
dark - and no algae will grow. (If they still do, send me a sample...)
At 05:53 29.03.2004 -0800, you wrote:
> I have an algae problem. I water my greenhouse by pumping well water
> into an elevated tank then use the water after it warms to greenhouse
> temperature. Trouble is, I get an algal bloom inside the tank. The
> algae then covers the soil surface of the plants and all this has been a
> constant battle with fungicides for the plants, draining & cleaning the
> tank, and etc. Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to control the
> algae in the tank?
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