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Re: Fungus on eggs
Nitrofurazone and furazolidinone are antimicrobials, and furazolidinone
is also an antiprotozoal, used in veterinary medicine. Their solution is
yellow. They are listed as ACTIVE ingredients.
The solution probably contains also methylene blue, which DOES stain
eggs blue. Usually only infertile eggs get stained in a dilute solution
of methylene blue.
Barry Cooper wrote:
> At 08:53 AM 7/23/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >Chris Browning wrote:
> >>The package says ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: nitrofurazone, furazolidone,
> >>potassium dichromate. None of which I know what they are. I just took
> >>the eggs out of their little place, poured as much of the water out as i
> >>could without pouring eggs out, and made a very dilluted solution, just
> >>barely had a green tint. When I poured out the water though, I noticed
> >>that some of the eggs were dyed blue, very blue. Will this hurt them any?
> >>What should I do now?
> >That is *not* the same as the Fungus Guard I have used in the past. It
> >contains two strong antibiotics and a tanning agent. The color probably
> >comes from the latter, potassium dichromate.
> Potassium dichromate is orange and would not turn the eggs blue. There must
> also be a blue dye in that preparation. What color is the solution (that
> is, the preparation)?
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