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Fluconazole - Bryopsis Killer

Posted 03/12/2017 at 09:29 AM by magictalk

Originally Posted by kjonulak View Post
Most folks myself included had a cyano outbreak, but it was due to using Vibrant prior to and during the fluconazole treatment.
I had absolutely no cyano but didn't use vibrant. It completely killed all Bryopsis and GHA in 14 days. I'm leaving it in the tank a while longer as long as coral continue to look good in case of hidden roots. Most do water change after 14-21 days.
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    I have just ordered mine from Payless Pet Supplies and am treating a very bad case with 20 mg. /gal.
    This dosage works according to many others that have used it with no ill effects
    This is not an endorsement but looks to be a life end for cyano.
    I'm popping a cork!
    Posted 03/23/2017 at 09:45 AM by JMorris271 JMorris271 is offline
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    Fluconozol I mean. Sorry
    Posted 03/23/2017 at 09:47 AM by JMorris271 JMorris271 is offline

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