Rod`s Food Coral Blend Information
The Coral Blend was developed later, by requests from the SPS fraggers out there that want to feed their frag tanks only, or for the 8 gallon nano-tanks that have no fish.
For the Coral Blend, we have removed all greens, the shrimp exoskeletons and a few other ingredients that are found in the Original Blend. The particle size is also much smaller than the Original Blend.
Shrimp, Scallop, Oyster, Clam, Squid, Brine shrimp, Frozen red cyclops, Fish eggs, Oyster eggs, Golden pearls (all sizes), Garlic, Selco, Astaxanthin (Haematococus pluvialis), Beta-meal (Dunalliella Salina), Spirulina, RO/DI water, Freshly harvested rotifers, freshly hatched baby brine shrimp.
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(Posted on 7/11/11)
Comments: As others have said, a little goes a long way. Chock full of goodies, all my coral loves this stuff.
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(Posted on 11/6/10)
Comments: Rod's food is great! My fish loved it so I tried this one for the corals. They seem to love it too. Polyps are extended and they look happy. It is easy to use and easy to keep in the freezer. I purchase both types of Rods food and some plankton all at the same time.
(Posted on 9/5/10)
Comments: I put some of this in during the attenics light cycle just after the day lights had gone out. I normally spot feed mysis to my candy canes and open brain a couple times a week. I have never scene them as happy as with this food. My candy canes put their tentacles out faster than they ever have and were extra puffy after eating. The open brain looked just amazing, huge and great color. I will be continuing to use this product. Easy and happy tank.
(Posted on 5/29/10)
Comments: great ingrdients, although some peices of shrimp get stuck in my dropper-feeder but overall a magnificint coral food. my wellso brian loves it as well as my blastomussas. all of my zoo's come out as soon as it hits the water, and my button polyps eat so much they look like they're gonna burst! THE BEST FOOD AROUND