Over the past few months I’ve been battling a nasty Cyanobacteria infestation in my 10 gallon tank, all manner of gross black and dark green algae looking stuff. I’ve tried all the usual recommendations: deep clean and scrape it all off, no excess light, keep feeding low enough for no leftovers, give more food to the plants I have in there in a desperate attempt to make them strong enough to kill the algae. But to no avail, the Cyanobacteria persists. Every creature that was once in there has either been moved or has passed away. So at this point, I am ready to bring out any necessary “big guns” and simply totally deconstruct the tank and wipe it all down with a strong cleaner. But I know that by doing that, I would totally lose my cycle and I would like to avoid that. Does anyone have any tips on removing Cyanobacteria? Should I just dump in some ammonia and hope that kills it? I’m honestly at a loss as to how I should continue.