Aquapet Weekend fish food when placed into the aquarium will immediately start to dissolve slowly releasing nutritious freeze dried foods into the aquarium while at the same time neutralizing aquarium water. One food block will be sufficient for an average 10 gallon (37.85 Litre) aquarium for approximately 14 days. The water temperature should be approximately 24 to 25 degrees celsius as lower temperatures retard the rate of dissolving while higher temperature will accelerate the release of food particles. Highly alkaline water will also cause the slower release of food particles. Therefore in order to avoid these difficulties a weekly water change of 10% is recommended. Water must be circulated by means of an air stone or filter in order to provide water circulation around the food block.
- Freeze dried tubifex, Brine Shrimp, Daphnia, Mosquito Larvae.
- Cleans and neutralizes water
- For a period up to 14 days
Calcium Sulphate, Mosquito Larvae, Daphnia, Hydrochloride, Chloride, Plumbum, Ferrum, Alkaline, Magnesium.