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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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    • Ludwiggg17
      Hi there Simon Im terribly sorry for this very late reply but yeah i have bought my molly 2 friends for her to be distracted with. The natives are surely getting better cause im starting to notice that some of them are developing these white stripes on their back. But ive had a problem because ive had few to no juvies in the whole time i caught them. I dont know if these kind of shrimp need brackish water or they may simply just be eaten by the molly. Oh and by the way i have this really really annoying planaria infestation in the cull tank which could be an explanation to the lack of juvies but ive no comprehensive evidence of their absence.
    • sdlTBfanUK
      You're doing fine so carry on as you are until you feel the cycle is done. My normal schedule is 10%water change every week however I don't think you need to do any while the cycle is going on until/unless the nitrates or ammonia get too high, or the PH gets too low. The lower the Ph the slower the bacteria reproduce! As you only have 2 shrimps they won't be messing the water enough anyway at this stage, I hope they are still doing well? Can you take a lower resolution photo, or reduce the photo size on a computer? If you want to email it to me I can reduce it for you lavissimon@gmail.com - I had to do it often in the past.. Simon
    • Brando
      Ok I will continue to add fluval cycle every other day starting today. I have a piece of driftwood I could add which will lower ph too. Should I only water change once a week? Also, I have 3 java ferns, some small almond leaves, and driftwood. I can’t upload a picture due to size.
    • Crabby
      Do you have plants in the tank? And sorry for asking multiple times, but can you send a photo of the tank through so we can see the setup? 
    • jayc
      Yes, just right.   That's good news. It looks like there is some bacteria in the tank and it's processing the ammonia. Nitrates are building up however, but that can be reduced with water changes. Continue using the Fluval Cycle at every water change, ie. weekly. Just keep working on reducing the pH slowly.    
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