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poor By Plankt-no on 1/1/2014Plankt-no wouldn't recommend this product to a friendArrived and the brackets and the mounting gratings do not fit, quality control issue, cannot install it, seems the plastic holding arms do not fit into the mounting plastic brackets....not good.
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The zooplankton is fed with micro-algae from the plankton light reactor.
Phytoplankton (Micro-algae) cultivation unit. The plankton light reactor is a simple system for producing plankton in a natural food chain. Within the plankton light reactor, micro-algae are produced with light, fertilizer and CO2. The micro-algae can be fed directly to many filter-feeding invertebrates, and especially to zooplankton. The growth rate of the micro-algae in the plankton light reactor is enormous. If the supply of light, CO2 and nutrients is continuous, the biomass of the algae may increase four-fold within 24 hours. Both freshwater and saltwater species of phytoplankton can be cultivated.
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