Used For the Treatment of Bacterial Infections, Fin Rot, Open Sores and Ulcers
Bacterial infections and ulcerations are primarily a secondary infection resulting from external damage caused by parasites, physical damage caused by improper netting or rough handling. Most disease problems or issues may possibly be linked back to poor water quality or introduction of sick or stressed fish. Before adding any medication to your pond or holding system, make sure and verify all water parameters and rectify any issues before treatment.
How much: 1 scoop treats 125 gallons. 1 container treats 4,875 gallons.
How often: One dose every other day. If symptoms persist after three doses, perform a 25% water change and repeat treatment.
How to: Dilute dry treatment in 1 gallon of pond water. Distribute evenly around the pond or add to an area with good circulation. Discontinue the use of UV clarifiers or chemical filtration, including use of carbon or zeolite. Ensure proper oxygenation during treatment.
**Not for sale in California
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