Coral Frenzy was developed to reach certain specifications for feeding a coral tank. It was designed to be an all in one food source for your corals so you would not have to hassle with 10 different foods to satisfy all of your corals.
CORAL FRENZY CONTAINS:
Oyster Larvae, Salmon Roe, Fish Protein, Rotifers, Copepods, Daphnia, Dunaliella salina, Haematococcus Pluvialis, Spirulina, & Schizochytrium. It is rich in amino acids, proteins, carotenoids, HUFA, PUFA, & Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids.
The combination of these ingredients creates a notable feeding response and helps with coral growth and color as they consume the product. Coral Frenzy is a great food for sps, lps, zoanthids, softies, and other filter feeding organisms.
PARTICLE SIZE: 53-1700 microns
Crude Protein (min) 52.8%, Crude Fat (min) 9.8%, Crude Fiber (max) 1.6%, Ash (max) 14.2%, Moisture (max) 6.8%, Omega 3 (min) 26.7%, Omega 6 (min) 10.6%.
What made you decide to list the ingredients of Coral Frenzy?
Coral Frenzy was being compared to other products on the market. Rather than just tell you that Coral Frenzy was different, we decided to show you.
Why feed your corals?
Corals have a symbiotic relationship with zooxanthellae algae in their tissue that they receive nutrition from, but most corals also have a feeding apparatus for catching food like phytoplankton, zooplankton, and bacterial plankton. Many tanks are so well filtered that there is not enough "food" in the water column for corals to feed from. Supplementing with Coral Frenzy replenishes these plankton's.
Corals react with a feeding response when Coral Frenzy is put into the aquarium and can even be seen capturing food particles and ingesting them. This extra energy can then be used for growth and multiplying.
I read that most corals do not eat phytoplankton, is this true?
This is partially true, depending on the species of coral. However most corals are carnivores, and phytoplankton is at the bottom of the food chain. It actually feeds the micro fauna in your tank. The micro fauna then feeds your corals. Coral Frenzy contains a unique formula of zooplankton and phytoplankton to help satisfy the carnivorous appetites of your corals. No other coral food on the market provides this diversity of supplements.
Does Coral Frenzy contain Cyclop-eeze?
No, Coral Frenzy does not contain Cyclop-eeze. Cyclop-eeze is a product made by Argent Chemical Laboratories.
Do I need to refrigerate Coral Frenzy?
You do not have to refrigerate Coral Frenzy, but it will stay fresher if you decide to.
What is the shelf life of Coral Frenzy?
If kept in a cool dry place, it will easily stay fresh for 12 months. It will not go bad like live food cultures, which spoil if left out of the refrigerator and can be dangerous to give to corals past expiration dates.
How do I use Coral Frenzy?
For a 50 gal tank: Mix 1/4 tsp vigorously with a glass of aquarium water and pour into a high flow area or target feed. Feed 2X-3X a week depending on your systems needs. When starting out, we recommend that you use less. How many times have you heard a company tell you to use less of their product?
How long will a bottle of Coral Frenzy last?
Each bottle will feed a 100 gallon tank for approximately 2 to 3 ½ months depending on how often you use it.