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Club Sponsor Reef Stew will be at TNT Corals SpringFest Table!

Discussion in 'TNT Corals' started by Sponge, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. Sponge Expert Reefkeeper GIRS Member Sponsor

    Marshalltown, IA
    Ratings:
    +202 / 1 / -0
    Reef Stew is a very good product made by Bob Bittner. Bob initially made his Stew for feeding his newborn clownfish that he breeds. Bob only sells this wholesale and does not make large batches so the product is Always FRESH and ALIVE!! We use it and find that the product is beneficial for several reasons as Bob explains.

    Reef stew is composed of several algaes and zooplanktons. Fish, corals, clams, filter feeders and fussy eaters are known to eat and benefit from the Reef Stew. It is great for seeding a new tank with live pods, and repopulating the pod population in established tanks! If you use Reef Stew for seeding a new tank or repopulating your tank with copepods, we suggest you add the Stew to your sump/refugium. This allows for the pods to reproduce without fear of being eaten!

    More information will be available at our table! You may also visit Bob Bittner's website: Reef Stew & More | We supply retail tropical fish stores, wholesale shippers, and people in the aquarium trade business.

    Prices: i cup $5.00 which will feed a 40-50g tank
    2 cups $9.00
    3 cups and more $4.00 per cup

    We will have 2 gallons available for those who would like some. If you would like to be sure that you will get some, reply below with your name and the amount you want. You can pay when you pick it up! If we run out and you have not picked yours up, we will sell it to others so get to our table quickly!
     
  2. Tom Dc New User GIRS Member

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    Omaha
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    +2 / 0 / -0
    Tom Dean 5 cups.
     
  3. Sponge Expert Reefkeeper GIRS Member Sponsor

    Marshalltown, IA
    Ratings:
    +202 / 1 / -0
    Got you down Tom. Thank you!
     

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