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AquariumSpecialty
04/20/2017, 08:56 AM
We are pleased to announce a couple of new products from Reef Interests that we have been testing for several months. The first product is NannoFlakes fish food and I can honestly say this is probably the best algae based food we have ever used.

About:
Phytoplankton Based Fish Food - Nannochloropsis
Contains All Essential Amino Acids
Contains Essential Omega 3 Lipids
Without Animal Derived Fishmeal
For Fresh and Marine Water Fish
Even fish that don't typically eat algae based foods will enjoy this.

Check out the video of our Picasso clownfish chowing down on it along with Chromis and a Purple Tang.

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/ca.../fish-food/reef-interests-nannoflakes-dha-25g

AIO Biopellets XL is similar to All-In-One pellets but there is no need to tumble the XL pellets so a media rector is not necessary. The product is ideal when space for a reactor is not available or you just want to use the media inside a filter sock.

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/sh...rests/reef-interests-all-in-one-biopellets-xl

jmadison
04/20/2017, 09:07 AM
We are pleased to announce a couple of new products from Reef Interests that we have been testing for several months. The first product is NannoFlakes fish food and I can honestly say this is probably the best algae based food we have ever used.

About:
Phytoplankton Based Fish Food - Nannochloropsis
Contains All Essential Amino Acids
Contains Essential Omega 3 Lipids
Without Animal Derived Fishmeal
For Fresh and Marine Water Fish
Even fish that don't typically eat algae based foods will enjoy this.

Check out the video of our Picasso clownfish chowing down on it along with Chromis and a Purple Tang.

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/ca.../fish-food/reef-interests-nannoflakes-dha-25g

AIO Biopellets XL is similar to All-In-One pellets but there is no need to tumble the XL pellets so a media rector is not necessary. The product is ideal when space for a reactor is not available or you just want to use the media inside a filter sock.

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/sh...rests/reef-interests-all-in-one-biopellets-xl

Links are 404'd :(

AquariumSpecialty
04/20/2017, 01:43 PM
Thanks for the heads up...These will work.

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/shop-by-brand/reef-interests/reef-interests-all-in-one-biopellets-xl


http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/shop-by-brand/reef-interests/reef-interests-nannoflakes-dha-25g

AquariumSpecialty
05/09/2017, 09:52 AM
We just received our 1st product review on the new XL All-In-One Biopellets. Read below or click the product link here:

http://www.aquariumspecialty.com/filtration-reactors/media-accessories/reef-interests-all-in-one-biopellets-xl

Lazidog

I have a 300 gallon display with a 500 gallon water volume. I have used GFO which works great but requires a reactor which clogs and requires maintenance. The smaller All in One pellets seem to break down too quickly if they are agitated too aggressively, and I have had less than desired Nitrate/Phosphate reduction with other traditional pellets. These extra large pellets are fantastic, I divided them in half, placed them in zippered filter bags and just let them sit in my 7in filter socks. I continued small automatic daily water changes but continued to feed heavily. My phosphates fell from .8 to .16 in about 5 weeks, Nitrates fell from 20 to 0. These are the best carbon source that I have found. Love them and plan to continue using them from now on for Nitrate and Phosphate reduction. NO REACTOR, NO ELECTRICITY, VERY LITTLE UPKEEP. Give them a try.