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Old 06-04-2005, 11:53 PM   #1
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Sweetwater Zooplankton??

What are your thoughts on this product?

I just bought some and was wondering how you all use it...

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I use it off and on. I find myself forgetting i have it and end up tossing half a jar as it seems to to bad if you dont use it in a few weeks time. When I feed it i keep it in the fridge (make sure the wife knows its not some kind of exotic caviar) I take a spoon and fill half full or full depending on my mood and spread the spoon around the tank to distrabute the food. The fish will go crazy once they get a taste.

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It stinks, bad. I have used it as well. I think the liquid can really foul your water so I recommend rinsing it first. My fish loved it.
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Couldn't find a food my clowns liked until I dropped this stuff in. They go absolutely nuts over it!

Thanks to lando for recommending the rinse. I drain my frozen foods before feeding, and all I did with the zooplankton was dip the end of a fork in the bottle and plop some in, juice and all. My cyano problem was almost gone, but then it bloomed again about 3 weeks ago. This happens to be the same time I started the zooplankton. Gonna rinse it in SW from now on!

*edit* - Forgot to mention that if you keep in the fridge, it is supposed to last 6 months.
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