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I bought some powdered red clay just for this purpose. I make a clay ball, and shove a few Osmocote balls in it, then let it dry. You can make it a spear shaped clay rod so it's easier to insert...
12-04-2012, 12:17 AM
From what I've heard they need about 30 gallons per shrimp. Also for emergency feedings, you can grind up some flake food really fine, or algae wafers, mix it with water, suck it up in a dropper or...