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Brightwell Aquatics Reef Blizzard-S – Powdered Planktonic Blend for Feed Small and Medium-Polyp Stony Corals



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Size:100gProvides a desiccated, diverse blend of nutrient-dense marine plankton in an overall size range suitable to capture by small- and medium-polyp stony corals. ReefBlizzard planktonic blends may be rehydrated in a cup of aquarium water for a few minutes prior to addition to the aquarium (this process helps the plankton break surface tension when they enter the aquarium, minimizing loss of plankton to overflows and the water line around the interior of the aquarium and/or external filter), or plankton can be soaked in nutrient formulations to further enhance the positive impact delivered to the target aquarium inhabitants. Examples of suitable nutrient formulations for corals are: CoralAmino, Restor & Vitamarin-CIf fortifying ReefBlizzard as described above, then all components should be mixed in a clean container and used within 6 hours if not refrigerating the mixture, or 7 – 10 days if refrigerating. Do not permit aquarium water into the storage container at any time, as this will introduce microorganisms which will cause the mixture to begin decomposing at an accelerated rate. When the primary purpose for adding ReefBlizzard to an aquarium is for feeding corals, it is best to use this product in conjunction with CoralAmino and Restor. Turning protein skimmer(s) off and adding two to five drops of CoralAmino per 50 US gallons (189 L) net volume to the aquarium at least 30 minutes prior to feeding with any food suspension typically elicits a feeding response (extended polyps) from corals; the length of time between addition of CoralAmino and this response tends to decrease with time when performed on a daily basis. When polyps appear to be fully extended, the planktonic suspension should be added to the system. By following these steps, the greatest percentage of plankton capture by corals and other suspension-feeders will occur; by contrast, adding any food to a system without ‘preparing’ the inhabitants can result in significant loss of food to filtration. Increased plankton capture encourages faster growth rates of consumers and lower concentrations of latent particulate and dissolved organic material that are the result of decomposing plankton.

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