yes they do
Green and black algae can leave permanent and unsightly stains. The best way to clean them is to use an oxygenated bleach cleaner, which is sold commercially in stores.
If the pool is green, that's algae. I think I am correct in saying this is the best test. If there is a layer of green sludge or dust on the walls or floor, that is also a large algal colony.
i think the best is a albino algae eater is the best.
The green water in your garden pond is caused by green algae that grows in the water. There are chemicals that are made to control the amount of algae in the pond without harming your fish that are in the pond. The safest and best solution is to stock fish that eat this algae and use them as your control method. You don't want to have a pond with no algae in it as this is normal and shows that you have a healthy environment. Too much algae makes it hard for your fish to move and breath so it needs to be controlled.
No, some of the best are very elaborate & attached at one end. remember, the more you aerate the water the less likely you are to get algae & save money in chemicals.
I have heard that Granite is the best for inground concrete pools, if it is constantly submerged, as it is hardly or not at all porous, which keeps it from collecting debris or cultivating the growth of algae, also does not hold water like a sponge that other more porous rocks may do. Sandstone I've heard is ok for waterfall type rocks, not sure on that though.
The best sites are InGroundPoolDesign and MyDreamPool, where you can either research yourself, or talk to consultants and construction experts to find the best inground pool designs that suits your needs.
I live next to a large pond and the best way I found is to use copper sulfate. What this does is remove the oxogen in the water. Vacuum heavily during the next few weeks and after your done turn the filters on. if you keep the dead algae stirred up the filters should do the rest. Hope this helps!
You have green algae the best way to treat this it to super chlorinate the water and or ad an algaecide allow the water to settle and vacuum the dead algae of the pool floor. You may have to use a floculant to help settle the algae to the pool floor. If you do follow the instructions on the package carefully and vacuum the results to waste do not put it through your filter.