Used For the Treatment of External Protozoan Parasites Including, Freshwater / Saltwater Ich, Costia and Trichodenella
It is important to treat immediately after noticing the first signs of a parasite problem on your pond fish. Common symptoms include fish quickly rubbing or flashing against surfaces within the pond. White spots that look like grains of salt or larger stuck to the surface of the fish. Common issues that should be avoided include water temperature fluctua- tion, poor water quality and/or fish stress.
How much: 5 ml treats 25 gallons.
How often: Three doses per treatment, skipping one day between treatments. If possible, perform a 25% water change between treatments.
How to: Dilute liquid treatment in 1 gallon of pond water. Distribute evenly around the pond or add to an area with good circulation.
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