yes i have this problem, 3 years ago i treated it successfully with a copper based product. it has now returned with a vengeance and nothing has stopped the spread. i am thinking of adding copper sulphate directly to the pool, has anyone tried this? does it work? can it damage the equipment?
No, algae plants are not at the bottom of the ocean as there is no sunlight there. They just grow to a range of 20 to 30 feet in the water.
If in shallow water, the plants that grow on the bottom, but if on deep water, on floating algae.
Usually, algae (AL jee) -- tiny plants. Algae can grow on surface of the water or on rocks and other stuff on the bottom. Sometimes it's not the water that's green, but the lake bottom or stream bottom. In shallow areas, sunlight reflects off the algae growing on the bottom and makes the water look green. High concentrations of copper can also make water look green.
Yes, algae can grow in water up to 54 degrees Celsius, when water is heated to 55 degrees Celsius and above, bacteria and algae cannot grow and thrive.
Yes; most algae even live in water (such as pond algae).
Algae is caused by the change of nutrients in the water.
Algae needs water, light, and minerals like phosphate and nitrate to grow.
Plankton, algae, and aquatic plants grow on water.
No, it can grow in saltwater too.
no but algae can form after a while yes algae would grow and it is a type of mold/fungi!!
Black algae shows itself as small black spots on the pools floor walls and fittings untreated they grow. Green Algae often starts as a greenish tinge on the walls or other surfaces of the pool and spreads into the water making it turn green if left untreated.
Ordinary ground water? A few days can see the algae form.
algae tends to grow faster in clean water. so it depends if the aquarium is clean or the lake.depends on what lake.
There are lots of types of algae. but algae live, grow and multiply in water. but where you ask? in a fish tank, pond, or the ocean.
Algae blooms are mainly cause by pollution in water. For example, fertilizer that pollutes the water like in streams or rivers...etc.There is always some algae on water, When nutrient in the water is available for algae to grow it will simply grow until it runs out of nutrient. These nutrients have often been introduced as a result of farming and drainage practices.
Algae is biotic because it is a plant and plants need water/sunlight to grow. Save
It's close enough to the shore, or land, that the sunlight reaches the bottom. So, plants and algae can grow because of the sunlight they receive. :) I hope I helped!
Algae is grown by ammonia in the water that is turned into nitrite/nitrate is food for algae to grow. It also needs a little light. To get rid of it you can put fast growing live plants in your aquarium to reduce the nitrite/nitrate in the water that algae feeds on. See Related links below
because algae now is a fungus that grow on TOP of polluted water and does not have any stalks
Algae are distributed by spores into fresh or marine water. Cell division of the spores creates an organism. Algae feed through photosynthesis. They are a plant.
If there is moisture available algae can grow in the desert.
Yes. It will also heat the pool quickly. A thermometer may be needed to let you know when to remove the cover and cool the water-- otherwise the warm water will grow algae quickly when the cover is left off.
It would be more plantlike because of the water it grow in. It would be more plantlike because of the water it grow in.