Vendeur: seahorse-breeder (2.896) 100%, Lieu où se trouve: Shrewsbury, Lieu de livraison: Europe, Numéro de l'objet: 222175206077 Brand: API, MPN: Does Not Apply, Les Détails: Melafix Professional StrengthDescription:Patented all natural antibacterial remedy treats bacterial fish infections: safe even for sensitive fish, reef aquariums and live plants. 30ml treats 227 litres. Can be used as a preventative. Heals open wounds & abrasions, treats fin and tail rot, eye cloud, mouth fungus and promotes regrowth of damaged fin rays & tissue. Will not adversely affect the biological filter, alter the pH, or discolor water. Safe for reef aquariums and live plants. For use in fresh or salt water.• Please note: This item maybe supplied in alternate packaging. We use this to treat hatching artemia (Brine Shrimp) We add 0.5ml to a 2 litre hatcher after 14 houts of incubation, not before. it remains in the hatcher for a further 4-5 hours at which point the reactor is drained, seperating the newly hatched brine from the empty cyst cases. I have added below our protocol for carring out this procedure. How we produce our enriched brine shrimp. 2 litre hatcher with fresh salt water add 1x desert spoon of premium grade cysts. Start the hatch at 7pm air flowing in and leave the culture run over night. 9am (14 hours) we add 0.5ml antibacterial solution (Melafix Professional Strength) to the culture and leave running until 1-2pm (18-19 hours) at which point turn off air and allow the culture to settle out; empty cases float live brine sink. Only leave for a short while as too long and the brine will suffocate and die. Drain off the live brine through a 53 or 120µ sieve, stopping before the empty cases flow into the sieve. Clean and refill the the 2 litre culture vessel with fresh temperature balanced salt water and add the drained nauplii to the fresh culture vessel. At this point we add two drops of vitamin liquid supplement, which provides a balanced formulation of essential vitamins and amino acids and rotigrow plus around 3/4 ml to create a green hugh to the water by 9am the following day (38 hours) the culture is ready to feed to the fry. Make sure the water still has a green hugh, by adding additional feed and vitamins as required. This hatch will usually last us that day, hence we have 4 or even 5 reactors running at a time, all at different stages. This gives us a continual supply of enriched brine shrimp.