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  1. #21
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    Bryopsis, which uses "roots" to extract nutrients deep in rock. Even when nutrients in water are zero, it can survive from the rock. So only after depleting the nutrients in the rock, for a long time, do you kill bryopsis by nutrient removal.

    So yes, you can do it without chemicals, but it takes a long time.




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    Never updated this post. Bryopsis has been treated and eliminated for about 6 months now. All tank inhabitants survived and are thriving.

 

 

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