I'm creating this thread to keep track of my progress using fluconazole to get rid of the green hair algae in my 24 gal cube. I posted a different thread looking for help on this and was given two suggestions: use fluc or do a LOT of scrubbing. I live in an apartment and don't have a lot of space to work with, so I picked the option that seemed to suit my situation the best. Here is my tank currently, before any treatment: Some more info on the system: I bought the tank off a friend who hadn't used it in quite awhile as far as I know, but I've had it running since late August. There's around 60 lbs of live rock and 2.5 inches of sand. For flow, I use the stock pump and a Cobalt MJ-600. The light is from Orbit Marine and I use the second pre-set option. I dose Kent's essential elements mix every other water change. The corals are spot fed Coral Frenzy and the fish get a mix of bloodworms, mysis, and brine shrimp, which is done every other day. The cuc is made up of a variety of snails, six hermit crabs, and two emerald crabs. In terms of livestock, I have a sixline wrasse, a tailspot blenny, and a black ice ocellaris clown for fish; corals are a few types of zoas, paly, Kenya tree, mushroom, acan, and a bit of favia. I took out all of my carbon and such before treatment, then used a cup of tank water and dissolved 600mg of fluc, which I poured into the intake portion for the stock pump. I'm going to try keeping the light off for a few days and change feeding to every three days instead of every other. Thanks for coming on this journey with me!