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SCRUBBER KILLER (and nuisance algae killer) ?

Discussion in 'Advanced Topics' started by Garf, Jun 2, 2014.

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  1. Garf

    Garf Member Trusted Member

    Anyone come across one of these before?


    Apparently it's exudates kill filamentous algae (and other algae types)


    I wonder how many other organisms produce this level of "anti algae nastiness". May be a good enough reason to run carbon in front of the scrubber if it's struggling to get going, or if it fails after the addition of a new coral species etc. Food for thought ;)
  2. IAmNotGr33n

    IAmNotGr33n Member Customer

    This give good sence, as there is a lot of chemical warfare going on in a reef. Perhaps even more in a closed system.

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