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RE: Die Velvet DIE !!
They are both, more or less the same. I used both in
the past with good result. The trick is to make sure
that the water is akaline. Velvet is impossible to
treat in soft acidic water. In case of severe
infection, I even did a quick dip in
Formalin(Formaldehyde). In 1996 collection, tdk
brought back some nasty velvet(?) that were impossible
to treat, until I dipped the fish.
I wished that I saved some dead fish to send to Bob
--- "Brian R. Watters" <bwatters at sk_sympatico.ca>
> Wright Huntley wrote:
> > Interesting. Perhaps I got the two products
> confused? I thought
> > the "Cure"
> > was as you describe here and the "Guard" was salt
> and acriflavin.
> > Is it possible my memory is faulty? Naah! They
> must just have different
> > labels in Canada. ;-)
> I just checked to make sure and it is "Velvet Guard"
> (I obtained it by mail
> order from the USA).
> Brian R. Watters
> University of Regina
> Regina, Sask. S4S 0A2, Canada
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