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Re: erythromycin and fry

In a message dated 8/1/00 10:32:46 AM Mountain Daylight Time, 
Susan.C.Jorgensen@Dartmouth.EDU writes:

> Yes-I'm happy to use a less-invasive method than chemical dosing, and was
>  encouraged to hear that others had success by limiting the light and manual
>  removal.  I'm going to do that.

Manual removal has one small advantage.  When you remove the BGA, or any 
other organism in its live state, you also remove the nutrients that are tied 
up in its body.  This will help to get the problem under control long-term, 
rather than killing it and turning the nutrients back into the system.

Bob Dixon

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