Mention the word ‘algae’ to a marine aquarist and the aquarist’s face might turn white, before he or she spins round to look at their aquarium and ask, in a panicky voice, ‘Where?’ We are all aware of that concern: nuisance algae! The stuff that covers everything in long thinRead more →
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In a saltwater aquarium it is preferential to have both nitrates and phosphate as well as various other nutrients at the lowest possible level you can achieve.
Growing algae in the sump or in the refugium is an excellent way to remove nutrients from the water column, good examples which are nitrate and phosphate.
Once established the algae in the sump/refugium can reduce the nutrients to a very low level.Read more →