Today's prize is ideal for the marine aquarist or reefkeeper. Check it out...Masstick, Easy Booster and DKI marine make up the Easy Reefs prize bundle that we're giving away in Day 16 of our Christmas countdown.
Win an Easy Reefs food bundle worth £35.47.
The prize consists of Masstick 42 (£12.99), Easy Booster 28 (£12.99) and DKI marine (70g).
Masstick is a self-adhesive paste in a powder formula, ready for rehydration with water.
Once it is rehydrated, it can be stuck to any surface of the aquarium, depending on the animals’ needs. The rehydratable powder formula allows Masstick to be blended with any mollusc or crustacean pulp as well as eggs from fish, molluscs and crustaceans, Artemia, mysids, copepods, rotifers and medicines that are administered orally.
Once prepared and introduced into the aquarium, Masstick does not disperse into the water for hours, so it can be completely taken advantage of by fish and crustaceans. This feature allows the product to be used as “ad libitum” or rationed feeding. Because Masstick is comprised mainly of freeze-dried crustaceans, it does not contain fish skeletons and is thus very low in phosphates compared to its protein content.
Masstick 42 contains three transparent, zip-lock bags with 42 net grams of product in each one.
Easybooster is a liquid phytoplankton in single-dose bags that is ready to use, easy and clean. Easybooster 28 contains 28 blister packs.
DKI marine is a balanced food, which has been developed to satisfy the nutritional needs of omnivorous marine fish from the coral reef biotope.
DKI marine marine comes in the form of tender granules and neutral buoyancy. It is available in three grain sizes.
The main ingredient is freeze-dried shrimp (Palaemonetes varians) coming from the Veta de la Palma fisheries located in the Doñana Natural Space.
The microalgae (Nannochloropsis, Tetraselmis, Isochrysis, and Phaeodactylum) included in its formula provide fatty acids, completely natural vitamins, functional compounds and bioactive ingredients which preserve and boost the marine fishes’ immune system and general health.