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Old 06-28-2012, 08:01 PM   #1
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As anyone used the medicine from precision solutions called cyano solution? How did u use it an how did it work?

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Medication won't fix the problem. If your nitrates or phosphates are high fix the problem. If there's enough to grow cyano there's enough to hurt fish and coral. If your tests read 0, it's because the nutrients are in the cyano. If good water quality is maintained, the cyano will go away.
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bacteria, cyano, cyanobacteria

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