I have a 45 gallon square tank. Using a remora skimmer and a marineland 400 power filter which both completely line the back of the tank..I leave lights (T5 HO) on for 8 hours and total darkness for the rest. Have drapes shut so no direct sunlight gets in the room. I feed once a day ( frozen Rod's Food original) I mix it with saltwater and pour in from a plastic cup in spurts. The piece i crack off is around the size of a dime. I have an adult black and white clown and a juvenile false percula clown. I also have a Shertzwitz Blenny, a lawnmower blenny i got 1 day ago. a cleaner shrimp and a fire shrimp. a emerald crab along with 4 large narsa snails, 4 turbos, 6-10 hermits. A bubble anemone and a branch of frogspawn. \n♠\nFirst off my live rock is almost completely green.The one that has the most coraline growth has the least green algae. I cannot completely get rid of the red slime and the amount of hair has become abundent. I just got a lawnmower blenny to help the hair growth. I am cleaning glass at least 2 times a week and my sand is more green then white. Any help here would be appreciated. Am i feeding too much?\n\nWould a power head or 2 really help out? The filter and skimmer seem to be doing a good job of water movement. The anemone has itself placed right below the skimmer output.