Disinfectant Wipes Out Fungus on Fish Eggs

Published on: 04/21/2015
Source : Sandra Avant, (USDA- ARS)

A product used as a disinfectant in agriculture, food preparation, and medical facilities also kills a fungus that causes the disease saprolegniasis on catfish eggs, and it has the potential to treat harmful parasites.At the Agricultural Research Service’s Harry K. Dupree Stuttgart [Arkansas] National Aquaculture Research Center, toxicologist David Straus and his&n...

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April 21, 2015
if it is flow thru system what is frequenvy of applicstion
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July 27, 2015
these are very good findings, thank you
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