Q&A: Filamentous Algae in garden fish ponds, how to control or eliminate it?

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Filamentous Algae in garden fish ponds, how to control or eliminate it?
I have an ultra violet lamp on my filter that supposedly kills one cell algae and bacteria. BUT, now I have a problem with long green filamentous algae growing on every surface, even water lilly stems, new leaves, pump tubing, everywhere. It will smother the fine leafed potted plants soon.
Can you recommend any solutions from personal experience?
There is a lack of intelligent life on this planet Scotty.. beam me up after answering my own question:

http://aquaplant.tamu.edu/database/algae/filamentous_algae_mgmt.htm

Here is another good website, Trevor!

http://www.gotalgae.com/algae_solutions.htm

Thank you, Trevor.
ALAIN..how do you add ozone? I already have a UV lamp to kill one celled algae. I will add salt and disrupt the surface of water to reduce sunlight penetration.
There are no good answers here.

Best answer:

Answer by alainbachmann
DID YOU TRY WITH OZONE

What do you think? Answer below!

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