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what helped me was feeding fish more and stop water changes for a bit. seems that dinos thrive in low nutrient water. also ive heard raising ph can help. but be sure u have dinos and not diatoms or cyano.
 
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I’ve been looking into it and it seems like it’s just diatoms ,caused by me thinking it was Dino and removing the carbon to dose Dino x. I changed the carbon and added phosphate and silicate absorber.
 
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. This happened before I put in the carbon and po4 remover.
 
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