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Old 08-06-2003, 07:32 PM
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Default lymnozyme Anyone ? [was SOS! SICK FISH!/chemistry help, please

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"Gregory Young" wrote:

Usual ulcer pathogens (aeromonas/pseudomonas) respond to TC, as does
Flexibacter.


Have you used lymnozyme yet and with any success ? I'm trying it in 2
ponds as of 2 weeks ago. Have taken pics, we shall see.


http://www.lymnozyme.com/HowLymnoworks.html

jay
Sun, Jun 8, 2003


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