Artemia 50% – Soft Microgranulate 0.5mm size


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Artemia 50% Soft Microgranulate – Small pellet (0.5mm) loaded with artemia is an ideal complete food for raising fish fry and juvenile fish.

Brand – Discusfood Germany


Artemia 50% Soft Microgranulate – Complete food for growing fry and nano fish.

Description: 50% Artemia is an optimal feed for nearly all inhabitants of freshwater and marine aquariums, due to their content of fat, carbohydrates, and proteins. It consists of an uncompromising high portion of these high-quality ingredients. This is a complete food for growing fry and nano fish. As crustaceans, Artemia are a wonderfully natural source of nutrients. The high chitin content also supports intestinal cleaning.

With an average grain size of less than 0.5 mm, this complete food is ideal for the efficient breeding of fish larvae and young animals and can help even the smallest representatives, such as larvae of Bettas or Corydoras, to become “large and strong”. Since the fine granules are distributed almost evenly throughout the entire tank, the supply of the largest possible number of young animals is guaranteed.

Contents: artemia 50%, vegetable proteins, rice flour, salmon oil, garlic, 4%, brewers yeast, kelp, amino acids, minerals, prebiotics and probiotics.
Additives per kg: Vitamins: A (3a672a) 20000 IU, C (3a300) 150 mg, D3 (3a671) 1500 IU; with dyes; trace elements: Fe (E 1) 24 mg, Mn (3b502) 31 mg, Zn (3b603) 30 mg; with antioxidants.
Ingredients: Fish- and fish by-products, cereals, vegetables, oils and fats, yeasts.
Feeding advice: Feed 2-3 times a day as much as the fish eat within 2-5 minutes. Do not overfeed the fish!

Packaging sizes: 45g container (item no. 20052)

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Best food for Discus babies

I have been using 50% Artemia from past one year for my discus frys after 30 days of free-swimming till 3 months and they are growing very healthy.

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