Today we’re going to cover a research update on Captain XTR. Specifically, we’ll go through some of the peer-reviewed studies and scientific literature that’s been published on Captain XTR. The key goal here is to help you understand how Captain XTR can be used in aquatic systems and how efficient and effective it can be in a wide array of algal species in a variety of sites.
There are a lot of cool creatures in aquatic systems, such as Daphnia and fish, that we don't want to harm or control. This first research that we're going to cover is with Captain and Captain XTR and it shows that, first of all, it's innately less toxic than other products like copper sulfate. So Captain is a lot safer to these non-target and beneficial species in aquatic systems than copper sulfate.