Previously, I had posted about my Moneywort having issues. My tank has some smaller lights on it that were running for 6 hours a day, and I was dosing Easy Green 1 time per week. The stalks of my moneywort were turning brownish, so I upped the lighting to 8 hours, and started dosing the Easy Green 2 times a week. The moneywort seems to be doing better, the healthy stalks are growing well, and I took out the dying brownish colored ones. On a side note, my Anubias plants are doing great, the added light and fertilizers made both plants sprout and grow a new leaf each, so they are obviously liking the change. The downside, is that now I have brown algae in the tank. Part of me was somewhat happy, as I was thinking about getting a couple Otocinclus for this tank (10 gallon with 1 Betta), but on the other hand, I was a little sad to see it start to grow, knowing this meant something wasn't right with the tank. I am going to go back to fertilizing once per week, but leaving the light on for the 8 hours. I'm hoping that by cutting back the fertilizers, the algae will slow, but the plants will still do okay. Am I doing the right thing? Trying different things to see what works for my tank? Should I also cut the lighting back, even though the plants I have seemed to get a boost from it? Thanks!