Zoo Med Laboratories Plankton Banquet Block Feeders - Giant Size (3 Pack)
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3 pack of time release fish feeding blocks Each 1.4 ounce block can feed your saltwater fish for 10 to 14 days Now contains twice the freeze dried plankton as well as blue green Spirulina chunks In addition to weekend and vacation feeding, Plankton Banquet is a great daily food source for problem and bottom feeders such as Plecostomus, Algae Eaters, Redtail Sharks, Gouramis, Saltwater Tangs, Angels, Damsels Made in the USA
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I used it when I go out of town for more than 3 days and I've never had any losses.I recommend this product
I got this for vacation for six days. I came back and all the fish in my salt water tank were dead. I am so unbelievably hurt and upset that I put my faith in this product. Save your fish and find another alternative!
Charles K. Mobley
Caused the water to become very cloudy and lost a couple of fish due to the poor water conditions. Also coated anything that was splashed with water with a white powder when it dried. My filter is covered crusted over with it. I will have to clean this off when I get the time. Plus, the fish stopped eating it some time while I was gone.
I simply wanted to supplement calcium for my inverts and have somewhere for my little fry to peck at and decided to try this since it's "time-released". Put ONE in my 35 gallon tank around 9-10PM, at first a few of my shrimp flocked to it and I was pleased. When I checked on my tank just before 8am the following morning my water was so thickly clouded over I had to look through the top down to see anything at all. I had 4 dead fish floating and slightly fouled water. PH dropped from my average 7.2-7.6 to 4.8. I took this out immediately and called in late for work to do a partial water change, water still so cloudy I couldn't see an inch past the glass. I had to use baking soda slowly for the next two days just to get my PH back to a good and stable level, as it was still continuing to drop even after I took this out. As this had already stressed my fish out and I didn't want to shock them more, I decided to do multiple small water changes over the last week. Eight days later my tank is still clouded over that I can only see in 1/3 of the way through the glass. Thankfully my fish and snails are doing better and are back to being super active. One of my older usually very active snails legitimately hid in his shell and slept until 2 days ago - I know snails can take 3-4 day naps and he has before, but not 6 going on 7 days. Over the last week, I've only seen the same 5 of the 20 shrimp I had. I'm hoping the others are hiding out and I just can't see them in the cloudy water. With a strong flashlight, I've been able to somewhat look down over my substrate and don't see any dead bodies at least. Just 1 of a $10 3 pack, did well over a hundred dollars worth of damage in less than 12 hours. Honestly, the money lost doesn't matter as much as 4 gorgeous fish that were happy and healthy an hour before I put this garbage in my tank. As well as knowing everyone in my tank was suffering to some degree.This might work for some, but I won't risk ever buying a zoo med product again. Get this if you need to feed your fish while you are gone but don't care if they all die before you return home.