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PolypLab Reef-Roids Pro Coral Food 8oz

PolypLab

Brand: PolypLab

MPN: P-00010

MSRP: $44.99

Savings (11%): $5.00

Price: $39.99

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PolypLab Reef-Roids Pro Coral Food 8oz

Reef-Roids Pro from PolypLab contains a blend of marine planktons, including a species of zooplankton, in concentrations that occur naturally. This coral food produces faster growing, more vibrantly colored filter feeding corals without degrading your water quality.

Features:

  • Blend of naturally occuring marine planktons
  • Contains a proprietary species of zooplankton
  • Minimizes water degradation
  • Ideal for Goniapora, Zoanthids, Mushrooms, and all other filter feeding corals
  • Continued use produces faster growing, more vibrantly colored corals

Specifications:

  • Ingredients: Marine Plankton
  • Crude Protein: 60%
  • Crude Fat: 20%
  • Crude Fiber: 8%
  • Moisture: 6%
  • Ash: 6%

Dosage: Mix 1 tsp with some tank water for every 100g of tank volume

Important Note: For best results, use a syringe to target feed the mixture while tank circulation is off

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Additional Info
SKU PLB-P-00010
Manufacturer PolypLab
MPN P-00010
Foods - Suitable For Corals
Foods - Type Granules
Water Type Marine

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346/12/2018
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When I was looking to try out some new Coral Food I knew I had to take a serious look at the PolypLab stuff. I am sure glad I did. My coral has never looked better and everything overall in my tank just seems like it is light years better than it has been in awhile.
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