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Ecological Laboratories Legacy Cold Weather- 2 lbs, 4 oz
Cold Weather Wheat Germ Fish Food In the cold weather of spring and fall, when the night-time temperature goes below 55°F but above 42°F, feed this cold weather formula. When the pond water's temperature drops, the fish require a highly digestible, cool-water diet. This cold water diet is made with lesser amounts of protein and contains wheat ...
Ecological LaboratoriesEcological Laboratories Legacy Cold Weather- 2 lbs

Ecological Laboratories

Ecological Laboratories Legacy Cold Weather- 2 lbs, 4 oz

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Cold Weather Wheat Germ Fish Food In the cold weather of spring and fall, when the night-time temperature goes below 55°F but above 42°F, feed this cold weather formula. When the pond water's temperature drops, the fish require a highly digestible, ... read more
  • Floating pellets for feeding 3 days per week
  • Contains stabilized Vitamin C
  • Will not cloud water
  • For feeding during the colder weather periods when nighttime temperatures can go below 55-Degree F
  • Made with lesser amounts of protein and wheat germ and a higher level of fats
Specifications
Size
2 lbs, 4 oz
Type
Fish Food
General
Brand
Ecological Laboratories
Item #
MLLWGMD
Dimensions (L/W/H)
1x1x1
Weight
5 lbs
MSRP
$17.99
Description

Cold Weather Wheat Germ Fish Food
In the cold weather of spring and fall, when the night-time temperature goes below 55°F but above 42°F, feed this cold weather formula. When the pond water's temperature drops, the fish require a highly digestible, cool-water diet. This cold water diet is made with lesser amounts of protein and contains wheat germ which is easily digested. This formula also contains a higher level of fats to prepare the fish for winter. Floating pellets for feeding 3 days per week.

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