KENT Coral Nutrition

Kent

$12.69 
SKU: 148-00558

CORAL & INVERTEBRATE FOODS

Coral Accel

Nutritious liquid invertebrate food for proper coral growth
* Contains complex proteins and marine lipids to spur coral tissue growth
* Great reef supplement when fragmenting or propagating corals

Coral Accel is a hard and soft coral growth stimulator for reef marine aquariums. It provides complex proteins, a natural source of the necessary amino acids that spur healthy coral tissue growth. Excellent when fragmenting small polyp stony corals, and propagating soft corals, octocorals, and colonial anemones. Made without sugar, vinegar, phosphate, or nitrate. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons per 50 gallons daily depending on animal load. 16 oz treats 2,300-4,700 gallons.

Directions:
Shake well immediately before use. Important: Invertebrate foods should be used sparingly in a marine aquarium to prevent loss of water quality.

Shake well immediately prior to use: Add 1 to 2 teaspoons per 50 gallons daily depending on animal load (1 capful from 8 or 16 oz. bottle, or 5 ml = 1 teaspoon) in an area of high water flow.

Target Method:
Individual animals may be targeted with this product. This is the most efficient method. It also causes less pollution in the aquarium. To do this, purchase a plastic syringe at any drug store. Fill the syringe with Kent Coral Accel and dispense, as necessary where the product will flow over the animal. Do not touch the animal with the syringe. Do not contaminate this product with aquarium water by inserting syringe into this container.

Contents:
Hydrolyzed marine protein, marine lipids, potassium iodide, ascorbic acid, Vitamin A propionate, Vitamin A palmitate, sodium EDTA, and tocopherol.

Considerations for use:
For coral propagation, Coral Accel should be used daily. It is a clean product, however, water quality should always be monitored. You must judge overfeeding by the condition of your aquarium. Tip: Nitrite testing will warn of overdosing. Live corals require strong lighting, with proper spectrum and strong water movement, in a well-seasoned aquarium. Do not attempt to propagate corals in an aquarium that is less than a year old. Regular water changes are encouraged. Maintain proper alkalinity and prevent pH swings to encourage deposition of new coral structure.