Well it is for saltwater. But here it goes my long experiment idea.
So i have been dealing with cyano
bacteria for quite sometime right now. And more of dinos. Man i hate these things. So first i was going to go with what brand is the best for additives. But doing my research i decided to do something similar but different. I don't know if you have heard of h202 of killing dinos and unharming reef if used correctly. So i decided to try it. And what do you know it worked. So i decided to direct my experiment to this. So what my experiment is on is dino and algae. What i will do is this:
Is h202 a better killer for dinos then dino killer? Then on a side note how much h202 is required to kill normal algae (it is meant for only killing dinos) and is that amount reef safe? I will be testing with a frag of zoas and GSP.