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Never tried it myself on staghorn, however I've always been able to beat staghorn by raising NO3 and keeping them from hitting 0ppm.

Hope that helps
Don't you mean reducing the nitrate?
Because that is what I have been trying to do for the past 2 days by using Tetra NitrateMinus to get rid of my staghorn algae on my dwarf babytears
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