Our mulberry leaves are ideal as a supplemental food for freshwater shrimp and other aquarium invertebrates. These mulberry leaves are organically grown and are air dried. This method of drying preserves all the nutrients in the leaf.The mulberry leaves are high in fiber, vitamins and minerals and help with molting.
Mulberry (mulberry) leaves are a complementary food for shrimp and other invertebrates. They are nutritious, high in vitamins and minerals, and stimulate molting.
Mulberry leaves they are rich in vitamins, such as vitamin A (beta-carotene), B1 and B2. The carbohydrates and fiber make mulberry leaves a nutritious meal. The minerals present such as magnesium, iron and zinc help shrimp build their armor and molt.
Boil the leaves for 10 to 15 minutes, let them cool and place them in the aquarium. The leaves then sink to the bottom fairly quickly. Mulberry leaves have an unlimited shelf life (when dried).First boil for 15-20 minutes in water ideal as a supplementary food for shrimp and other invertebrates. These leaves are organically grown and air dried, retaining all the nutrients in the leaf.The mulberry leaves are high in fiber, vitamins and minerals and help with the molt.Tip: Pouring with boiling water will make the leaves sink faster
Use: Approx. 1 leaf per 40 liters of water (10 leaves per package).
Working time: 2-3 weeks
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