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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #643
Fair enough, but just what are the features or conditions that lead to bga
ploliferation? In my admittedly limited experience, it seems that this is the problem...
maybe there is more to bga proliferation than just nutrient excess or water
circultion.... just a thought, could be wrong, again my experience is limited.
> On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Robert Sirota wrote:
> > What is the best treatment--erythromycin, H202, or potassium
> > permanganate--and why?
> The BEST treatment is to change the features of your tank that allow the
> BGA to flourish. That requires an understanding of the dynamics in your
> tank, but once you have it, the solutions are simple and reproduceable.
> Roger Miller