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AEFW Cure !?!?!?!?


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    Zeo has introduced a new product that increases the immune system of the SPS corals and allows the coral to repel the acro eating flat worms (AEFW ). it is called Flatworm Stop. it is a 3 month process, but visual improvement should start as soon as 2 weeks. my first thought was " gimmic product," but i cannot see Zeovit taking this route. i have high expectations for this product.
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    Jeff is this a preventive treatment or is it intended to be used at the time of infection ?? Is it safe for palley's amd lps also ?? Is this something your selling at the store and have you tried it yet to see how it effects livestock

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    i personally have not used it. it just became available on the market and it is in transit to the store right now. i am hoping to have it early next week. the product is for use in the reef display tank
    the product works by improving the corals immune system to repel these nasty parasites.
    it is a 3 month process, but reports of visual improvement are within 2 weeks.
    the 250ml bottles are rated to treat a 75gallon system for this 3 mo. time period. i wish i could verify this, but i do not have the bottles or instructions in my hands at this time.
    so this isnt a dip, but an actual in tank treatment to rid your acros of these parasites.
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    Sounds alittle to good to be true.I am intrested tho.The idea of an imune system booster should be benifical regardless if you have AEFW or not.Anyone out there haveing issues with these parasite's??? It would be a huge improvement from bayor which can harm livestock and a big improvement from iodine and revive dips.I will be following this one if a review is posted for sure,

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