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robert robert
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  • Posted on: 27/11/2015 19:59
Re: Feeding Garlic #71
hi ,I am new to this forum and it fact this is my first post,i feed spectrum food this has garlic added ,it is quite expensive but goes a long way . if you feed this food it is extremmly unlikely you will get whitespot
rich5315 rich5315
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Re: Feeding Garlic #72
I keep discus and make my own food, some say garlic to a fish is like blood to a shark but tbh i have made it with and without and not seen any difference, you really would be better adding boiled spinach as it has more vitamins and iron
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Re: Feeding Garlic #73
Good to know. I thought also about the possibility to feed them garlic but since most of you mentioned the ugly smell I will better not do it.
Callspond Callspond
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Re: Feeding Garlic #74
I suppose you learn something new everyday!! Awesome
Suewi236 Suewi236
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Re: Feeding Garlic #75
Seriously? Garlic is a "thing" for tropical fish?
Fishlady Fishlady
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Re: Feeding Garlic #76
Yup....odd as it sounds, adding garlic can be a good way of persuading reluctant fish to eat.