OMG Aquatics Posted December 11, 2014 Report Share Posted December 11, 2014 So I attempted to set up a dwarf hairgrass tank but failed. I was too lazy to clean up the tank and now it's full of algae. Some brown algae, a lot of green hair algae and some others. Would a crew of Amano shrimp clean this tank into sparkly clean again or do they not eat most of the algae in my tank or should I just throw a crew of ramshorns in there? Will have pics of tank real soon. Just removed the plants. For all those setting up dwarf hairgrass tanks, if you don't have real co2, don't bother!! I was dosing 5x amount of excel and algae still won. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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