RTN/STN X 500 ml



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RTN/STN X 500 ml is a specialized reef aquarium supplement designed to help prevent and treat coral tissue loss, including Rapid Tissue Necrosis (RTN) and Slow Tissue Necrosis (STN).
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Fauna Marin rtn stn coral X 500 ml

Rtn Stn coral is a treatment designed to protect corals against tissue necrosis, including both the rapid form (RTN) and slow form (STN). It works by disrupting the development of microorganisms involved in the necrosis and strengthening the corals' defenses. This product is suitable for use with all types of corals, including soft, stony, and azooxanthellate corals. To use Fauna Marin rtn stn coral X, it is recommended to apply the treatment for 7-10 days, with the possibility of extending the treatment period if necessary. Before use, it is important to read the HTU RTN/STN-X and follow the instructions carefully. The product is safe to use in aquariums and will not harm other aquarium inhabitants. The dosage for RTN/STN-X is 15ml per 100 liters of water (26 USgal) daily for 4-6 weeks during acute infections. Additionally, 3 ml per 100 liters of water (26 USgal) of Bacto Therapy should be added daily. It is recommended to dose the product once a day directly into the aquarium, using dosing pumps or a syringe to avoid contamination of the product. RTN/STN-X is available in 500 ml, 1000 ml, and 5000 ml sizes. It contains water, zinc, and capsaicin extract (<2%) as its active ingredients. It is important not to overdose and to calculate the water quantity exactly to ensure effective treatment.
1.25 lbs
2.5 × 2.5 × 7 in
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