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[Fwd: aquarium flocculants]

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Message text written by Steve Pushak
>How do they work? Are they useful for treating an accidental spill of
yeast and sugar water into a planted aquarium? Why? Inquiring minds want
to know!<

Adding sugar to an aquarium will result in bacterial action that eats it
up-very quickly.  You might se a bacterial bloom shortly afterward.  Yeast
cells can be removed by flocculation and a fine-mesh filter material-like
polyester fiber.

Jim Layton
Aquarium Pharm., Inc.

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