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Re: [APD] BGA, antibiotics, and cloudy water

So called Blue-Green Algae, named for the color and
similarities to some algae, they are cyanobacteria that
show up in aquaria presenting an unattractive odor, slimly
texture, a tendency to cover objects (including algae) like
a film that can sometimes be lifted off like a wet decal,
and the ability to increase in mass rather rapidly if
conditions are good for BGA and, and Tom always points out,
not so hot for plants.

That's not a definitive description, but if you have those
signs, you probably have BGA.

Scott H.
> From: "Phillip Grobler" <pfgrobler at gmail_com>
> To: "aquatic plants digest" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 4:53 PM
> Subject: Re: [APD] BGA, antibiotics, and cloudy water
> > WHat does BGA stand for ?

Still some time to get the $59 registration rate -- it must increase as of October 28th to $79.

Still some time left to get the 65% discount hotel rate.

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