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Getting rid of BGA




> 
> In my experience with a huge outbreak that occurred while I was in the
> Amazon, the best technique is to take a piece of small rigid tubing about
> 20" long and attach it to a piece of air hose.   Use same for a syphon and
> very carefully go thru the tank sucking up all the BGA.   Do this 3-4 times
> and it should stay gone.


It can work Dave... But if the BGA comes back, it can grow even much
faster... especially if it has started from substrate, which is almost the
case... Well if you want to destroy BGA, which is a bacteria, as you know,
the only way is to add and antibiotic that can kill it without killing
filtering bacteriae: erythromycin.

Naturally, this has to be done in a severe case....

Regards,

JPC
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