Hair algae retreating. Why?


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As I move through my pond's first year, I found hair algae to be a big problem once the weather turned SoCal cold. Seemed to grow faster than I could remove it. Now that it is warming up, it is dissappearing quickly. Why? I would expect the opposite. I don't think it is related to filtering, which is way more than I need. The plants that I want to grow are doing their usual thing. The three small American Flagfish and six recently introduced fingerling Garra Pingi Pingi couldn't possibly be making so large a dent. Right?
 
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koiguy1969

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i didnt see any string algea till the weather started to cool last year either,when my pond defrosted this year there was stiil some alive but it seems to be lightening up, and i have no fish in my outdoor pond, theyll go out in a month or so.
 
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