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Bryopsis - Magnesium - GFO discussion

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    Default Bryopsis - Magnesium - GFO discussion

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    yeah magnesium will kill it

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    if you do that and use more/fresh phosban you can get it under control

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    oh yeah...you have to use the tech m magnesium

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    well it will come back I think if the conditions are favorable

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    tech m contains bryopsis poison

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    the key is to keep up on gfo

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    algae can't grow if you out compete it with gfo

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    I think all the gfo is pretty much the same

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    I get mine from bulk reef

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