A friend was kind enough to share his water plants with us(Lenny and I),he gave us a water lily and a water iris.We were very thankful for the plants.In no time the water turned green and string algae appeared.Lenny is going squirrely over this.He was so proud of his "clear" water.
What do you guys/gals do for string/angelhair algae?I am trying to convince Lenny to go with the barley straw/pellets.But he is too darn impatient and doesn't want to wait.He is looking for a quick fix.I really don't think there is one for this problem.Or is there? Any advice will be very welcomed.................THANKS!
How this appeared under this subject is inknown to me.I would not consider string algae by no means inspiring in a design.
And, has anyone heard of peat pellets(not the ones you use for seeding)?These peat pellets look like coffee grinds but larger, and are put in a mesh bag and put in a pond for algae.
Edited 7/1/2005 10:05 pm ET by lennyswife
Edited 7/1/2005 10:16 pm ET by lennyswife