If pH is 7.8 and total alkalinity is 240 and the 12'x3' pool is starting to get green stuff in the bottom what should you do?
Add muriatic acid to lower your TA to a more acceptable level...around 100, but no higher than 140. Then balance with bicarbonate of soda if necessary to increase ph. Once you get to an acceptable TA add an algaecide or shock the pool to get rid of the algae on the bottom.
Just triple shock with liquid chlorine; for your pool 2.25L. You probably need to add water (because of splashing) quite regularily so I wouldn't bother lowering the alkalinity.
Now if you click on the house sign at the bottom left hand corner you should come to your house. The at the bottom there should be a green bag. If this is your first time doing a garden then it should start you out with seeds. If you need more then go to the pawvillion and there should be a garden section. Go to GardenGrove to buy seeds and other stuff for your garden.
Some of the alkaline vegetables are carrot, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, broccoli, garlic, green beans, green peas, lettuce, mushrooms, green spinach, sprouts, sweet potatoes and tomatoes etc. Some of the alkaline fruits are apple, apricot, avocado, banana, lemon, berries, black berries, currant, dried dates, dried figs, orange, peach, pear, watermelon and pineapple etc.
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.
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What are small bubbles attached to the side of the above ground vinyl liner and my water is green also?
Likely the bubbles are nitrogen, a by-product of the natural matter rotting in the bottom of your pool. The algae feed on this rot, nitrogen, and sunlight. You need to run your filter until this clears up, backwashing as needed (monitor pressure gauge to know when) and balance pool for Alkalinity, PH, and chlorine (in that order.)
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S/B small Metal cover on front bottom right side. Simply open cover, be it snap off or small screw. Then use existing HARDWIRE (romex) and twis the black existing to the black on diswasher, the white twist to the white, and the green should have a green screw in the same area you opened at bottom right to secure. The green would be the ground for safety.
First cube: (cube with two yellow faces next to each other) - yellow on front, purple on top, green on back, green on bottom, blue on left, yellow on right Second cube: (cube with two blue faces next to each other) - blue on front, blue on top, yellow on back, purple on bottom, green on left, green on right Third cube: (cube with two purple faces next to each other) - purple on front…
Fill top row and bottom row with green circles, along with a green circle in the middle center. Middle right and left circle should be yellow. ---------------------------------------------------- Change all of the buttons to green EXCEPT for the left middle and right middle. Pressing a button twice will change them green. See related link for screenshots.