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Re: [APD] BGA
Definitely. Antibiotics should be a last resort. Especially in the
case that started this thread, where it's isolated affected plants,
where they could be easily dipped in a potassium permanganate
On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 12:43 PM, Stuart Halliday <stuart at mytriops_com> wrote:
> I believe Bill wrote this email section below:
> >>> Any casual use of a general antibiotic is a bit overkill as it will
> >>> destroy any good bacteria in the tank and if not done correctly it could
> >>> cause the development of a antibiotic resistance strain of BGA.
> > Some would disagree with that.
> The rest of the scientific World also knows about the abuse of antibiotics
> by the general public and your local GP.
> Common knowledge I thought.
> Stuart Halliday
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