Easy Reefs Masstick Fish Food – 70 grams



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Masstick is a blend of diverse, all natural compounds of marine origin, providing natural and balanced nutrition for finicky omnivorous fish and marine invertebrates. Does not contain attractants, artificial preservatives or synthesis products.  
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Easy Reefs Masstick is a mixture of a variety of all-natural self-production, highly technological ingredients, which provide healthy and balanced nutrition to the omnivore fish and marine invertebrates.A composed of raw substances that are marine-based. Masstick does not contain any lures, artificial preservatives, or synthetic products. Masstick is self-adhesive, paste with a powder formulation that is ready to be rehydrated with water.A When it has been fully hydrated, it can be adhered to any surface of the aquarium, in accordance with the animalsaEUR(tm) demands. The powder's formula that rehydrates allows Masstick to mix with any kind of mollusc or crustacean pulp, eggs of fish or crustaceans and molluscs, mysids and artemia as well as copepods, rotifers and other medications that are taken orally. After being prepared and inserted into Aquarium, Masstick is not released in the water for a long time and can therefore be fully utilized by both fish and crustaceans. This allows the product to be utilized in a rationed or ad libitum food source. Since Masstick is primarily composed of frozen-dried crustaceans, it will not contain fish skeletons , and therefore is very low in phosphates in comparison to the protein quantity.


Add Masstick to osmosis-treated to make water at a 1:1: 0.5 ratio. Example Mix 14 g. of Masstick with 7 milliliters. of water from osmosis. In the small ziplock bag until a homogenous mix is created. After the mixture has been homogenized, Masstick may be used immediately or frozen for use later. If you are freezing Masstick is the option, it should be used within 5 weeks following the preparation. Instructions to use Take a small amount of Masstick and place it onto a rock or a branched coral structure or on the glass of the aquarium (preferably in the bottom third) or based on the feeding habits of the fish that live that live in aquariums.


A Masstick 70Acontains five clear, zip-lock bags that contain 70 % net weight of the product inside each. "  


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