About a month ago, I fought Bryopsis with Fluconazole. In many places I came across information that pointed out that you should turn off UV sterilizers when treating your tank with Fluconazole or UV spectrum from your lights. I have a small 8 gallon tank with a Kessil A160 running over it. Kessil has UV light in it and it cannot be turned off. For the first round of my treatment I removed my kessil and switched it with a basic LED. While I thought all of the Bryopsis was gone, some was left over and I am beginning to see it come back. I was planning to do a second round of treatment. However, I don't want to switch my lighting again. Has anyone had experience treating bryopsis keeping their Kessils on? Trying to look for a answer, I found only one claim about Kessils not having any effect on the treatment: https://www.reef2reef.com/threads/b...sing-fluconazole.285096/page-209#post-3917722 However, the main thread does say that UV channel should be turned off on Radions. With Kessils you don't get that luxury. Anyone here tried a treatment with Kessils? TLDR; Can I use Kessils when treating for Bryopsis with Fluconazole?