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Re: [APD] Cyanobacteria (BGA)
There is quite a lot of discussion here, relavent to aquariums:
There is much more general coverage here:
I have a zillion other links if these do not head you in the right
direction. I find this stuff fascinating.
In terms of control, being photosynthetic, light is a biggest factor, after
that cardbon dioxide, injected or a result of DOC.
These organisms can fix N in atmospheric form so there is not much you can
do about that.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Pushak" <teban at powersonic_bc.ca>
To: "APD" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
Cc: "Paul Krombholz" <krombhol at teclink_net>
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2003 1:34 PM
Subject: [APD] Cyanobacteria (BGA)
> Can Tom B or anyone comment upon the causes of Cyanobacteria in terms of
> nutrients? (or other causes)
> Is there a treatment regime for Cyanobacteria involving nutrients? I'm
> of the Erythromycin approach; let's not get into that just yet.
> How many kinds of Cyanobacteria are there? Do they differ in their
> to environmental conditions?
> Steve P
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