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    Default Plankton in artificial rearing

    In artificial rearing, do you have information about the use of plankton?
    Phytoplankton is useful for water quality and zooplankton-discusfry feeding.
    Zooplankton is useful for discus fry feeding.

    But what type of plankton is needed?
    Copepod, Rotifer, Chlorella ,Dunaliella, Spirulina Platensis, Tetraselmis ...

    How can we culturing plankton?
    Salinity, temperature, ph, light , foods(f/2), harvest...

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    Default Re: Plankton in artificial rearing

    Quote Originally Posted by mumin16 View Post
    In artificial rearing, do you have information about the use of plankton?
    Phytoplankton is useful for water quality and zooplankton-discusfry feeding.
    Zooplankton is useful for discus fry feeding.

    But what type of plankton is needed?
    Copepod, Rotifer, Chlorella ,Dunaliella, Spirulina Platensis, Tetraselmis ...

    How can we culturing plankton?
    Salinity, temperature, ph, light , foods(f/2), harvest...
    here is the article by Cliff Young. http://www.mondodiscus.com/discus/ar...iff-young.html

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    Default Re: Plankton in artificial rearing

    I use APR(artifical plankton-rotifer) made by OSI, just add a little to the yolk.

    Cliff Young

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