- Oct 24, 2019
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Quick question here , how much would you be willing to pay for an effective mechanical way to remove aiphtasias? Knowing they wont spread and you can reach deep ones and on vertical walls ones?
As much as I've spent on berghia lol
Big if true.I heard once you run out of aiphtasias a filefish might hit the rest, nonetheless I bought a 300$ laser but they keep coming back anyway, I'm building a device wich will annihilate them , thanks to my 15 years as a farm mechanic. I'll make it public on the DIY forum but I thought it would be funny to hear people swear at em pesky anemones .
So far, if you have the basic tools a man normally has , you should have to free about 50$ for it. Assuming everything goes as planned , it might be my christmas gift for r2r.
Yeh they say it turns the aiphtasia to hydrogen. What I'm planning will have more uses than just hurt thingsI’ve seen an electric wand zapper thing.
Not a laser, a probe to electrocute it.
If you’ve found some way to take these things out easily and completely, you’ll be rich....
Predators carry other risks.
Patent that before posting anything more. Sell the patent to the highest bidder. Its not about the money its about the sad feeling of someone stealing an awesome idea. Following this thread for DIY wins!So there was flaws with the design.
This morning, I did temporary changes so I can start testing today!!! There will be some aiphtasias destruction in a very near future. What's being added? Ease of fabrication! Stay tuned =)
Nice =) thanks for the advice,I’ve tackled an infestation for $30
Blue face kleini butterfly that eats them like candy and eats all frozen and dry foods, friendly and does not bother my coral