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Re: [APD] Re: erythromycin for BGA
Curious, which are the algae that do float in on the
breeze? Certainly the green dust stuff.
--- "Richard J. Sexton" <richard at aquaria_net> wrote:
> >>And one of the conditions is the presence of a starter
> >culture. If it's
> >not in the tank, it's not gonna grow
> >And if there is no starter culture in the tank today, by
> golly, there will
> >be one tomorrow or the next day, or whenever we add
> water or a plant or a
> >spore drops in from the air.
> >Pardon my language.
> It doesn'r spontaneously generate. You have to intdroduce
> it. It doesn't
> just float in on a breeze. It is in every LFS though so
> this isn't hard.
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