Ulcer and Bacterial Treatment
Used for the treatments of bacterial infections, fin rot, open sores, and ulcers
Bacterial infections and ulcerations are primarily a secondary infection resulting from external damage caused by parasites, and physical damage caused by improper netting or rough handling. Most disease problems or issues can be linked back to poor water quality or introduction of sick or stressed fish. Before adding any treatment to your pond or holding system, make sure and verify all water parameters and rectify any issues before treating.
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This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov
Ce produit contient des produits chimiques reconnus par l'État de Californie pour causer le cancer et des malformations congénitales ou d'autres problèmes de reproduction. Pour plus d'informations, visitez www.p65warnings.ca.gov
- 1 scoop treats 125 gal / 472 L
- 1 container treats 4,875 gal / 18,472 L
CALCULATE POND SIZE: Length (feet) x Width (feet) x Average Depth (feet) x 7.48 = US Gallons
HOW OFTEN: We recommend one dose every other day. If symptoms persist after three doses, perform a 25% water change and repeat treatment.
HOW TO: Dilute dry treatment in one gallon of water and distribute evenly or in an area with good water circulation.
PLEASE NOTE: It is important to accurately dose. Carefully calculate the water volume before adding. Discontinue the use of UV clarifiers/sterilizers or chemical filtration, including use of carbon, zeolite, or ion exchange resins. Ensure proper oxygenation during treatment. Water temperature should be a minimum of 32°F (0°C). Keep out of reach of children. Keep container closed tightly and in a cool dry place. Not to be given to fish intended for food use.
Water Treatment Temperature Guide
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
|Fish Symptom||Possible Problems||Treatment|
|Erratic movement, flashing or rubbing on rocks and surfaces throughout the pond|
|Growths that look like "cotton balls"|
|Open wounds or ulcers|
|Fins appear to be rotting away|
|Red streaks in the fins|
|Small, white spots that look like salt stuck to the body of the fish|
|Gasping at the surface of the water|
|Scales protruding from a swollen body like a pine cone|
|Difficulty swimming underwater floating at the surface upright|
|Red or swollen gills|