How to get rid of algae Part 2 – How to control the algae in mini pond / fish tank

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Three month ago, my mini pond had grown a lot of algae, and I thoroughly cleaned my pond. Welcome to look back the video from my history posts. In that video, I said I need more fish to control the algae. Today, let’s see the achievement.

As my plan, I added some mini Kois, Siamese algae eaters and Mollies. I also planted some waterweed for hiding.

Adding more fish can control the algae efficiently, although the algae still shows up, it won’t interfere with appreciating my pond.

Four tips for algae control

  1. Add more fish that eat algae to your tank
  2. Reduce the duration of direct sunlight properly
  3. Change water regularly
  4. \Clean filter system regularly

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How to get rid of algae in mini pond / fish tank

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Recently, my mini Koi pond has grown a lot of algae, the water turns green and it smells grassy. That seriously affects me to appreciate the little fish. So, I decide to clean up the pond.

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Feedback from our cumstomer: Freshwater Aquarium Shrimp

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Feedback from our customer: Built a cozy home for my shrimp using Best Buds air pump & a sponge filter.

Increasing the oxygen content of the water is not the only thing that Best Buds aquarium air pumps can do. They also can drive the combo sponge filters, and then you can filter the water, cultivate nitrifying bacteria, create water flow and increase the oxygen content of the water at the same time. One stone, four birds.

Q418 provide adjustable air flow, max 55gph, keep the noise lower than 25db, fit for up to 60gal fish tank.

Q428 provide adjustable air flow, max 2 x 72gph, keep the noise lower than 35db, fit for up to 130gal fish tank.

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