CrystalClear® Goldfish Mini Pellet Fish Food
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$7.99

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  • Usage
  • Maximizes Nutrition For Goldfish
  • Enhanced With Spirunlina For Good Health
  • Mini Pellets For Your Smallest Fish

CrystalClear® Goldfish food is designed to produce maximum fish growth and color enhancement. CrystalClear® Goldfish Food is a premium blend for optimal nutrition, color, growth and vigor. The Goldfish Food includes stabilized Vitamin C and Spirunlina to enhance health and color. CrystalClear® is nitrogen flushed for maximum freshness.

Usage Information

From dosage rates to product labels, the USAGE tab contains all of the information you need to properly apply your pond care products.

Guaranteed Analysis

CrystalClear Goldfish Food Mini Pellet
Goldfish Food
Crude Protein Content Minimum 35%
Crude Fat Content Minimum 7%
Crude Fiber Content Maximum 5%
Moisture Content Maximum 10%
Phosphorus Content Maximum 1%
Ash Content Maximum 9%

How To Use

Use CrystalClear® Goldfish Food to feed your pond fish up to two or three times per day, but do not exceed the amount that fish will comfortably eat within a 5 minute period. Start feeding CrystalClear® Goldfish Food once pond water reaches 50°F or above. (For feeding between 40°F and 50°F it is best to use Pond Logic® Spring & Fall Fish Food easily digestible wheat-germ based formula)

Precautions

All fish feeding should stop once the water temperature reaches 40°F. Being that the fish are almost in state of hibernation at that point, they will then live off their stored body fat until spring feedings start up, again at 40°F.

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