Reef Nutrition by Reed Mariculture TDO Chroma BOOST food is granulated and pelletized then “top dressed” with Haematococcus Algae providing an excellent source of astaxanthin leading to healthy animals that are able to show off their vibrant colors. Used by many marine breeders, TDO Chroma BOOST comes in many different sizes and can give you the best chance to raise fish larvae into full grown adults.
- Moisture and Oxygen Resistant Foil Bag
- No Unwanted Fillers or Additives
- Contains Only What Is Necessary For Your Fish
- Easily Digestible Fishmeal Protein
- Can Last Up To 1 Year
- Professional Hatchery Feed
What’s The Difference?
|TDO-A Chroma BOOST||Granule||75 – 250µm||1/4″ and up|
|TDO-B1 Chroma BOOST||Granule||250 – 360µm||1/2″ and up|
|TDO-B2 Chroma BOOST||Granule||360 – 650µm||1/2″ and up|
|TDO-C1 Extra Small Chroma BOOST||Granule||580 – 840µm||3/4″ and up|
|TDO-C2 Small Chroma BOOST||Granule||840 – 1410µm||1″ and up|
|TDO-EP1 Medium Chroma BOOST||Pellet||1.7mm||2″ and up|
|TDO-EP2 Large Chroma BOOST||Pellet||2.3mm||2″ and up|
Very small fish like larvae and juveniles can benefit from having a continuous supply of food, and it is highly suggested to feed small amounts of TDO Choma BOOST frequently. It is also important to watch your fish eat so you can ensure they are not being overfed and allowing food to accumulate in the aquarium. Eventually, as your fish get larger, you will want to feed them as much as they can consume within 2 minutes.
It is important to keep TDO Chroma BOOST out of direct sunlight and to avoid high temperatures. After opening the food should be stored in a refrigerator (33°F – 42°F) to ensure freshness and the best results.
Crude Protein (min) – 49%
Crude Fat (min) – 14%
Crude Fiber (max) – 3.5%
Crude Ash (max) – 15%
Crude Calcium (min) – 2.3%
Phosphorus (min) – 1.5%
Moisture (max) – 7%
Ingredients – Krill Meal, Fish Meal, Squid Meal, Fish Oil, Haematocococus, Potato Starch, Wheat Flour, Brewers Yeast, Calcium Phosphate, Guar Gum, Soy Lecithin, Betaine, Licorice Plant, Apple Extract, Wheat Germ