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Re: Plants OT
True and then they'll eat everything else in the tank that is green. Better
to keep skimming the stuff off or get some other fish to eat it.
>goldfish or koi. They will eat it until it is gone. Their poop will be
>green for days though...
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Scott" <zerelli at yahoo_com>
>To: <KillieTalk at aka_org>
>Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 7:48 AM
>Subject: Re: Plants OT
> > Sorry this is off toic, but someone mentioned
> > duckweed. This stuff is the plague, do not let a bag
> > of water that has seen duckweed in its vicinity near
> > your home. Execute anythying suspected of knowing that
> > duckweed exists with extreme predjudice and you may be
> > safe. I on the other hand have lost this war. I
> > thought I had removed it all from my tank, and indeed
> > it did not show its self for a couple of months. Now
> > however, I pull a couple of quarts per week out of my
> > 125 and cannot keep the surface clear. Did anyone ever
> > come up with a good way to get rid of it?
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