# Aquascaping -THE ISLANDS- True story

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Sam- 6 years agoThe money i spent on the ada stuff was insane. I think a good mix of quality and quantity makes it also a granted success.

Sorry for my bad english^^

Vladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoCintia Castro-Melendez- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agozip zap- 6 years agoMe: your welcome

Zaku スー- 6 years agoYou should set the light in a day and turn off at the night.

Vladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoBlobfish Gamer- 6 years agoArial Black- 6 years agoThe one time i made an aquarium with slower plants (tbh they were pretty much the plants in this video lol) i had the same problem, cleaned the tank everyday and finally got the plants to defeat the algae after about 1-1/2 months

Vladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoCharlie Dionisio- 6 years agobobfal- 6 years agoPlants out competing the algue seems to make a big difference in my opinion, wonder if introducing something like cabomba in a pot for the first few months would make a difference to try and absorb some of the excess nutrients (appreciate you probably know more than I ever will). I would have really liked to see you persist with this to see What the outcome was after 6m but appreciate it's a lot of work.

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Stavros Vasileiadis- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoAutumn German- 6 years agoHaLuNkE ST0NER- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoGede Gunawan- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years ago319PurpleHaze- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoPete Kennedy- 6 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 6 years agoApertureDG- 6 years agoAt the start, diatoms will appear, and they usually go away in 5-7 weeks. Then green hair algae will appear for same 4-5 months. Then will appear black hair algae, they stay for a year. And then comes xenococus, the green spot algae - an indicator of mature tank, (1,5 years or more). Depending on a bio-balance, they will grow more or less, but they will grow anyway. Using algaecides usually helps, but once you stop adding chemicals, algae will appear again, because algaecides don't deal with problem, but only freezes it for a while.

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Christian Klehm- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoCHrr LeeS- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoOwen Prescott- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVHITHICKO ARTS- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVHITHICKO ARTS- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoJowy Ccs- 7 years agoHappy aquascaping!

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoZamiiz- 7 years agoIt looks to me like there was a LARGE water imbalance? maybe too much sun? maybe not enough plant nutria nice in the soil? Maybe bad filtration? Could be a lot of things.

you could have taken the algae covered plants & rocks out & spray them with a hydrogen peroxide solution then let them soak in a bucket or something for a few days while repeatedly spraying them. that totally would have gotten rid of it

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agotrk4isik- 7 years agoBlakon- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agovijayaratnam purushowththaman- 7 years agoGreat video!!!Keep doing

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agovijayaratnam purushowththaman- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agovijayaratnam purushowththaman- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agovijayaratnam purushowththaman- 7 years agohere you can find the wave maker, One all your plants group up and please install the wave maker and put the external filter...

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ostrvo- 7 years agoDali se ono pravi posebno, bušilicom i ostalim alatima?

Baš lepo izgleda...

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I appreciate it

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Giancarlo Francisco- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoGreatWhiteNiko- 7 years agoYou made some very simple mistakes. The main mistake was to not let your aquarium develop a proper biofilter. Look at your video - there isn't a single word about the filter. That is how the modern hobby has become.

For a VERY comprehensive information on how to start a tank from zero and bring it to a more or less stable state please follow the link below. The book describes a professionally setup tank day by day in the course of the first month. The book is written by a person that worked for a company that followed the best practices of ADA and is a very good source of information. You will see that the first 1-2 months of these tanks are a lot of crazy work. There is nothing natural in any of that and that is why I personally do not like the so-called "high tech" part of the planted tank hobby. 9 out of 10 high tech tanks are kept just a few days away from serious algae problems. But most people do not understand that.

http://plantednanotanks.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Plantednanotanks.com-eBook-1.pdf

Good luck.

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChee Hin Ong- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChee Hin Ong- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoKyle's Fish room- 7 years agoMiss Minka- 7 years agoMy solution? Shrimp.

Cleaned it all up, lol

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years ago## 100. comment for Aquascaping -THE ISLANDS- True story

Timothy Whieldon- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAQUADESIGN by aquamaniac- 7 years agoVery common in low plant mass tanks, I do believe it has something to do with the quality of the tap water, as I felt the more water changes I did the worst it got.

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoSudz- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoKimsotus Orelius- 7 years agoLordPine- 7 years agoGugel Bangsat- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoTommy Tse- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoDrinking Water- 7 years agotoo sad i already gave up . now my tank have no plants.

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoyangbao111- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agojashelps- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agomaravedi09- 7 years agoHampton Pizza- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoHampton Pizza- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoHampton Pizza- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAndrew Highsmith- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoArul Rajeev- 7 years agoivanhoe011- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoTonguç Endem- 7 years agoplease continue with this series. This is the same thing i'm experiencing too.

I'm thinking of starting without plants, with UV, and completely giving ozone for about a week on RO water but with correct co2, ph, kh, lighting schedule and filtration. after ozone dissipated, if this works without algae for about a couple of weeks then i will start adding some plants and start with the fertilization regime. I'm really fed up with spending money on awesome looking plants and loosing them at one point due to being covered with f.kn algae.

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChaz D- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoNick John- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoMrDorf007- 7 years agoI hope I have better success.

I do have a question...what is RO ?

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoGetInMyBelly- 7 years agoEfreitor Habibulin- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoDuck Quack- 7 years agoFilet-O-Fish and Sprite- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoGeo Envi- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agostd310 shaycg- 7 years agokay- 7 years agoRonnycrone- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoJohn Chua- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAquascaping TV- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVictor Castella- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoMartin Lorenzo Oconer Yuzon- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agodclxvi- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoTim Phillips- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoTim Phillips- 7 years agoTEHb Kocmoca- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoSighs Internally- 7 years agoSlapnutts McGee- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoGorjan Dzundev- 7 years agoWhen you fill in the tank add some floating Ceratopteris. Since it will be floating - it will have unlimited access to CO2 and ligh, and be able to consume the ammonia; it will be easy to control its growth and completely remove it because its roots will be floating.

Cleaner crew like shrimps, amanos, ottos, mollies will also help fight the algae.

Thank you for sharing your experience,

Whish you better outcome with the new start!

Sam- 6 years agoGruß

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AfterAllWeAreHuman- 6 years agoTine kreativ- 6 years agobobfal- 6 years agobobfal- 6 years agoTine kreativ- 6 years agoChloé Laurenss- 7 years agoChad Brunk- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoErwan Saputra- 7 years agoSparticus- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoSeong Kian Chng- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChinchilla Whiskers- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoEvan Stepowany- 7 years agojeremiemcd- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoBourne Vengeance- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoa M- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoZip Lynx- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agofiq fantasy- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoFlyingdutchy33- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoShadowLinkFanGirl- 7 years agohunga28- 7 years agoI had the exact same algae take over my tank. I happened to be using the exact same rock and ADA aquasoil, it could just be a coincidence but I think there's something leeching out of one of those two that is causing the algae outbreak. I was pretty annoyed when it happened to me too because this thing just completely ruins the tank. But i figured at the rate this thing was taking over my tank it was going to run out of whatever is feeding it eventually. So I cranked up my co2 and lights so the plants it is covering didn't die and let the algae run wild. Long behold after 2-3 weeks of just letting it run its course, the algae completely disappeared never to be seen again.

I absolutely love your scape btw, I've got a small spare tank so i might use that to make something similar to this since I've got a bunch of those honey comb rocks laying around.

Tim Phillips- 7 years agoTabby Johnson- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoIsmael Marquez- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoOleg Reshetov- 7 years agoWish you success, keep on!

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years ago42paxl- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoDouglas Miranda- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoEric Jensen- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoRamon- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agojapsicles- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoMr. Tree Frog- 7 years agocarlmelo- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agohard cheese- 7 years agohave experienced exactly the same with my tank for months until I started using seachem prime

its detoxification properties seem to restore the balance

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoPaolo Zalameda- 7 years agoTR PD- 7 years agoTim Phillips- 7 years agoExcel won't kill brown diatoms in my experience, though.

Adhi AWE- 7 years agoRaye Gunn- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agohard cheese- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoxSean145- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAquascaper Shezad Kolah- 7 years agoGorjan Dzundev- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoYass Beater- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAdrian's Aquatics- 7 years agoAdrian's Aquatics- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAdrian's Aquatics- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoAquatic Haus- 7 years agoand actually all you could do is just to crank up the co2 ( some bubble counters aren't accurate ) and lower the light intensity or cut down the light periods. and then add amano/yamato shrimps and otos and some nerite snails if you'd like.

Doing a blackout doesn't solve it but make it worst like what you tried because you're not providing lights for your plants and so they melt off. All those dying plants are again feeding the algae. Another tip is instead of Hydrogen Peroxide, you can try zero algae by ocean free. Lastly cut back on ferts if you do any dosing. Your tank is in serious in-balance that's why they are coming back over and over again.

Cheers, best of luck with DSM.

check out my channel if you'd liked too and subscribe if you want :)

Aquatic Haus- 7 years agoCheers, go go aquascapers!

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoSion Napitupulu- 7 years agothen i change the substrate into some small stones (Alor Sand) instead of sands, and put the Azoo Carbon, and it works. the algae gone in few days.

in my case, i tought the key is the filtration current is not strong enough..

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChris Mintjes- 7 years agoEven if I planned to not let it have anything in it, it would have been an easier solution, and probably even faster too. A dozen Ottocinclus would have had it clean in less then a week I would guess

Vladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChris Mintjes- 7 years agoVladimir Stojanovic- 7 years agoChris Mintjes- 7 years agoChris Mintjes- 7 years agoPersonally I would go for the Blue Fairy or any green breed of the neocaridinha family for that tank of yours.

I have like 40 Blue Fairies in my shrimp aquarium too, together with about 20 yellow breeds.

This tank of yours would do great with some shrimps if you ask me.

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