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Yamatoes are good if you get your hands on them. Get them in mass for it to work. Meanwhile, simply prune and remove as much algae from the tank as possible, a large water change followed by a 3 day blackout. Check and double check on the CO2 first whenever you run into problems. Make sure it stays high and good throughout the photoperiod before blaming the nutrients. Also, do not run your nutrients too lean (NO3 especially) or else it will burn you.
 
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