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By jlagrange9137
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Joined:  Sun Oct 09, 2016 3:52 am
#286282
So I have algae growing in my seedlings pot. I think the seedlings are too small to relocate, any advice? I'll post pictures when I get home from work.

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By Adelaide
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Joined:  Wed Apr 06, 2011 10:05 pm
#286287
CO2?
By jlagrange9137
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#286290
Not sure what you mean by that. I'm new to the hobby.

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By Adelaide
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#286299
Algae needs oxygen to grow and survive so I was thinking if you don't want to move the seedlings and don't want to try an algaecide or something for fear of hurting the seedlings you could possibly look into putting the pot in a CO2 rich chamber or something, but that would probably be more trouble than it's worth. Personally I move seedlings around with tweezers if I don't like where they're at.

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By Salute flytraps234
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#286319
Co2 is carbon dioxide your seedlings will survive but the algae will die


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