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Using copper to kill pests.

Discussion in 'Off Topic and Chat' started by reiverix, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. reiverix

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    I have limpets in a nano tank and would like to rid myself of them. There is no fauna in this tank at all. Only HC, dwarf hairgrass, aquasoil and wood.

    Is copper a good method? If so, how much? Could I simply drop a penny in the filter and remove it once they are dead? Will that increase the copper levels high enough to damage my plants?
     

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