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Old 07-30-2012, 07:46 PM   #76
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What is the difference between Bacter Crystal and Bacter Energy? You sent me a sample of Bacter Crystal a while ago and I am starting to run low so it will be time to refill soon.

Bacter crystal is a bacterial starter culture. Kind of like the liquid ones you see in pet stores and given with every aquarium. Except that, well, it actually works.

Beacter energy is more designed to keep benefial bacterial growth going strong for the long term.
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Old 07-30-2012, 11:17 PM   #77
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Bacter crystal is a bacterial starter culture. Kind of like the liquid ones you see in pet stores and given with every aquarium. Except that, well, it actually works.

Beacter energy is more designed to keep benefial bacterial growth going strong for the long term.
Thanks, that makes sense.
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Old 08-14-2012, 11:34 AM   #78
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Hi there, I am rearing Sulawesi Shrimps now. Could you kindly advice me on the recommended BorneoWild product to promote breeding? Thanks alot!!!
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Old 08-31-2012, 01:55 AM   #79
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Hullo I just bought 2 Amano's and want to have PFRs in the future.


I use Microbe Lift Special Blend, Nite out and will start Thera P soon.

Besides Humic and Barley what do you recommend for the Amano's that would be good for PFRs, too?

My tank is a fluval spec V 5 g with a piece of Malaysian driftwood and has floating plants and moss:

Broad leaf water wisteria, willow moss, water sprite, dwarf water lettuce
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Old 08-31-2012, 02:37 PM   #80
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Hi there, I am rearing Sulawesi Shrimps now. Could you kindly advice me on the recommended BorneoWild product to promote breeding? Thanks alot!!!
I don't have a lot of experience with Sulawesi shrimps. We just got our first Cardinals in yesterday. As they settle I'll be experimenting with the BW products to find out what works.

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Hullo I just bought 2 Amano's and want to have PFRs in the future.


I use Microbe Lift Special Blend, Nite out and will start Thera P soon.

Besides Humic and Barley what do you recommend for the Amano's that would be good for PFRs, too?

My tank is a fluval spec V 5 g with a piece of Malaysian driftwood and has floating plants and moss:

Broad leaf water wisteria, willow moss, water sprite, dwarf water lettuce

Really any of the foods would be good. I'd specifically look at Spinach, Grow, and/or Color. These will provide all the nutrition your shrimp need, and are all available in small bottles. Shield is also great for increasing overall health. You shouldn't really need any of the specialized foods or supplements (White, Crimson, Stout, Vital, etc) for the shrimp you're planning on keeping. Stout would improve the appearance of your PFR's, but won't really do anything for the Amanos.

We sell PFR's as well by the way
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Ferrum is it shrimp safe
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Old 09-01-2012, 03:07 PM   #82
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Ferrum is it shrimp safe

Yup! Sure is.
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Hi

I was wondering if the best place to buy Borneo wild products is from contacting you on the planted tank or through the southern oak aquatics website? Either way, I would be interested in buying the Borneo wild barley and shield products with the mosura bt9.
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I was wondering if the best place to buy Borneo wild products is from contacting you on the planted tank or through the southern oak aquatics website? Either way, I would be interested in buying the Borneo wild barley and shield products with the mosura bt9.

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Clay...not sure if it's my browser but none of the pics are working on the first page anymore. Only the pic of the net comes up.
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Old 12-18-2012, 06:05 PM   #86
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Looks like you're right. Seems I forgot to change those image links when my store got deleted. Yay for more linking stuff.....lol
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New order arrived last night. Everything is back in stock and the new products are in as well (Gold Ingot, Ruby Red, Bee Ball) Pics and details coming soon!
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Oh cool! What are the prices on the gold ingot and the ruby red? I've been wanting to try these
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Old 05-24-2013, 11:35 PM   #89
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Oh cool! What are the prices on the gold ingot and the ruby red? I've been wanting to try these

They're $18 and the Bee Balls are $32
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