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    • NoGi
      By NoGi
      Product Description
      BENIBACHI Super Bacterium BEE MAX is a mixture of enzyme and chitosan (double of Bee3) which helps to maintain water quality, promotes growth, coloration and molting of juvenile and adult shrimps. Bee3 can be used on a regular basis to increase clarity of water, or to a point whereby molting improvement is achieved. You can observe that shrimps stop dying during unsuccessful molting.
      Bee Max also boosts the effect of promoting plant growth in a planted tank.
      Directions:
      Use 1 spoon for 60cm tank and 2 spoon for 90cm tank. Add Bee Max directly to the tank.

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    • NoGi
      By NoGi
      Product Description
      BENIBACHI Super Bacterium BEE MAX is a mixture of enzyme and chitosan (double of Bee3) which helps to maintain water quality, promotes growth, coloration and molting of juvenile and adult shrimps. Bee3 can be used on a regular basis to increase clarity of water, or to a point whereby molting improvement is achieved. You can observe that shrimps stop dying during unsuccessful molting.
      Bee Max also boosts the effect of promoting plant growth in a planted tank.
      Directions:
      Use 1 spoon for 60cm tank and 2 spoon for 90cm tank. Add Bee Max directly to the tank.
    • NoGi
      By NoGi
      Anyone here tried Benibachi Planaria Zero in their Sula tanks?
    • revolutionhope
      By revolutionhope
      hey all,
      i've impulsively decided to setup my first crystal shrimp tank - (i have an existing nano tank with CBS but i got that second-hand.
      in any case - long story short -i have a fully cycled barebottom tank with a canister and an air-sponge running. i have a little purigen in the canister
      i only have a week and a half to organise tank buffering and i have just ordered 2 packs of fulvic grains which should arrive mid-late next week. is there anything else i can do to ensure i have the right water parameters to keep the bee shrimp successfully? will the fulvic grains alone do a good enough job for me provided i replace them routinely every 6 months?
      love n peace
      will


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    • jayc
      But the shrimp will be thinking otherwise. Look at all that yummy brown diatom!
    • jayc
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    • sdlTBfanUK
      Thanks for that, it helps to know that it is probably going to be fine with time. I tried a different substrate this tie so that is all I can put it down too! I will revert to the JBL in future as this hasn't happened with that? I don't use any plant ferttilisers, and as above have never had to with the JBL substrate. The JBL is primarily a plant substrate and the shrimp king is primarily a shrimp one I guess, though they both seem to do the same buffering /softening etc? There will be a bit of a delay with breeding I expect as they don't mature until they are 6 months I believe? Again, thanks for that, it helps to know what someone else thinks and the tank has improved (hard to believe from the photos) going a bit greener and the stringy algae virtually now disappeared. Also a few new leaves on some plants etc. I just checked the water parameters and they are spot on! Simon
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    • Grubs
      New tanks often go through a brown diatom phase and its just a waiting game before the diatoms naturally senesce.  Ride it out. The shrimp will certainly help clean it up and I'd wager that diatom rich biofilm is good nutrition.  You'll have shrimp breeding before you know it.  There is certainly a good complex variety of habitat for them to explore and exploit. Are you using any plant fertilisers yet?
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