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These Mulberry leaves are harvested in Cambodia. The leaves of the Mulberry tree species, traditionally used as food for silkworm rearing, are one of the most preferred leaf types; especially shrimps love them.
- Mulberry leaves contain vitamins, roughage and minerals
- They improve the well-being of the water inhabitants
- Natural hiding place for shrimps and a pretty decoration for the aquarium
- The leaves are eaten up completely
Use 1 leaf for 20 liters of water. They can stay in the water until they are completely eaten up.
You may repeat the feeding after 1-2 weeks.
At least 10 mulberry leaves, green, dried and packed up in a resealable zip bag.
100% mulberry leaves (Morus sp.)