Posted by ff on 2/17/04
Recently, the Orlando Sentinel reported on experiments
inspired by a presentation in Florida by Dr. Shoemaker.
Cyanobacteria, a major problem now for several years
throughout the state, and elsewhere, is resistant to Cu
according to Dr. Shoemaker. The experiments conducted
here locally, proved this to be the case. Cu added to
water containing cyanobacteria, resulted in a population
explosion. (note:Cu not uncommon in fungicides/anti-
Any Cu available, as in condensing coils, for growth of
the highly toxic cyanobacteria? UF and others also found
cyanobacteia thriving in, well, let's say non-aquatic
environments. Also pseudomonas, fusarium, stachy...
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