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Hokkaido Pumpkin Chips 10 g

Hokkaido Pumpkin Chips 10 g

  • Ideal for supplementary feeding
  • Rich in vitamins and other important ingredients
  • Shrimps and snails love to eat it
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Description

The fine, dried strips of Hokkaido pumpkin are a popular supplementary food for shrimps. Hokkaido contains many vitamins, minerals and trace elements that contribute to the well-being of the small invertebrates. Feeding very small amounts of pumpkin is enough, as it swells up rapidly. Therefore, it is advisable to break the slices into smaller pieces.

Please note: Frequent feeding of vegetables pollutes the water. This effect can be remedied by a water change with a larger water exchange.

Application

Put only one or a few small pieces into the aquarium per feeding.
Pumpkin slices swell up strongly.

Contents

10 g Hokkaido pumpkin chips (Cucurbita maxima 'Hokkaido') - air-dried in a resealable zip bag for ideal storage

General information

Item no.
161.0030.01
EAN
Weight 0,01 kg
Shipping weight 0,02 kg

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marc j.
absolutes Lieblingsfutter meiner Saugwelse UND Garnelen...
26th October 2018

Die Tüte sieht fast leer aus wenn Sie kommt. Das Zeug quillt aber im Wasser auf das 3-4 fache an. Also wenns kommt kleinschnibbeln. (read more)