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how can I slow the growth of some zoa's?


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I am curious how can I slow the growth of some of my zoa's? I have a few sets that are growing a bit too fast. One particular one started as 5 polyps and has grown to 27 in 1 month. I do not want to slow all of them....just 2 particular ones.....yes they are all growing like this and no I don't want to slow all of them.

 

Input?

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Re: how can I slow the growth of some zoa's?

 

Get yourself a fish that will eat them.

 

problem there is it will probably not even touch the ones i want it to eat and will just eat the ones i dont want it to

 

 

 

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I've discovered that when you drag an xacto knife across the body, it tends to reduce the growth for a short time-Maybe sticking them with a toothpick or some type of pick like the dentist use would also work.

 

Just be careful of the toxins-they sort can ruin your day if you get them into a open cut or your eyes/mouth etc.

 

Or you can make frags and trade them for store credit-

 

Personally I like the torture idea.

 

Waterboard those suckers-With_teeth.gif

 

LMAO

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Re: how can I slow the growth of some zoa's?

 

If your still not using DI or RO/DI water that should help. They seem to like the "dirty" water over the purified water. I know mine stoped growing when I replaced all my filter carterages on my purifier.
i am using ro now and it hasnt changed anything

 

 

 

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