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Old 09-14-2015, 02:15 PM   #11
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Caulerpa Racemosa is hard to eradicate as it anchors deep inside the rock , basically the only way to remove it is to replace the rocks, some like the look of it but it takes over if not controlled ,
soaking in peroxide don't work , cooking in hot sun don't work it will kill what is on the rock surface but will return as it has rooted deep within the rock ,
it is one of the hardest macro's to get rid of

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Old 12-24-2015, 08:42 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by coralbandit View Post
I have killed the most invasive racemosa(microphysia) with H2O2.
You will need to target small spots for a couple days to achieve success.
But it does work.
I hit spot by spot over 1 1/2 months!
Killed it all in my 75g.
The calurpae you have is racmosa.
Will this work on a reaccuring, tank dominating hair algae and red slime... I manually clean my rocks (bout 70 lbs.) Every other week...it's getting old I need HELP!!!! I'VE tried several algae killers destroyers u name it...keeps coming back.

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If your just dealing with hair algae, get your phosphates down to .05 or below.

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