Colombo Morenicol FMC-50 against white spot, fungi and single-celled parasites ..

€19,95
Article number: 5020360
Delivery time: 1-3 DAYS

Colombo Morenicol FMC-5

Due to regulations, we unfortunately cannot send Colombo products to the United Kingdom

We advice to order Fish Pharma products ( we can ship Fish Pharma products to UK )

 

FMC-50 is effective against fungus and white spot. Mold is visible to the naked eye as white to green cottony tufts. White dots can be recognized by small white dots on the skin that can best be compared to salt crystals. Single-celled parasites are only visible with the microscope.

Symptoms of an infestation with these parasites include listlessness, chafing and loss of appetite.

Never use with salt!
Never use with sturgeons, winds and sunblocks.
Use half a dose for small koi (less than 10 cm).

Available in:

  • 250 ml.
  • 500 ml.
  • 1 Ltr.
  • 2.5 Ltr.

 

Extensive User Manual:

 

Content calculation:

Calculate the contents of the pond as best as possible: length x width x average depth in decimeters = content in liters.
Morenicol FMC-50 is available in 250 ml packaging for 6,250 ltr pond water, 500 ml for 12,500 ltr, 1,000 ml for 25,000 ltr and 2,500 ml for 62,500 ltr.

 

Water quality:

Good water quality is essential for the optimal functioning of Morenicol FMC-50 and rapid healing of sick fish. Therefore always test the water quality before and after the treatment
correct where necessary.


Dosage:

1 ml per 25 liters ( 40 ml per 1000 liters ) of pond water. A measuring cup is included.


The dosage should be halved if the pH is below 7 and at the same time the water temperature is above 15 ° C, or if there are sensitive fish such as windes, tench or sturgeon in the pond.
If necessary, the treatment can be repeated after 1 week.


As a preventive treatment: 1 ml per 100 liters of pond water per day for 3 days. Measure the required amount in the measuring cup and pre-mix with water in a watering can or bucket. Then spread evenly over the pond.
Do not filter over coal or zeolite; Keep UV lamps and ozone devices switched off for up to 1 week after the last administration.

 

After treatment:

Add the product Colombo Fish Protect to the water 48 hours after the last application of FMC-50, this will protect the mucous membrane and bind remnants of the product. By adding Colombo Vita-Spray to the feed, the healing is maximally supported.

 

Caution: As known, this product is harmless to aquatic animals such as frogs, salamanders, lobsters and snails.

Only for use with ornamental fish in ponds. Store between 4 and 32 ° C in the packaging and out of reach of children. Do not breathe. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. In case of ingestion, consult a doctor immediately and show the packaging or label.

This product causes permanent stains on clothing and paving.

 

Effect on other animals:

Pets and birds that drink from the pond with these resources in it. As a rule, if fish can swim in it, it can be said that it is harmless for animals that only drink from it. Nevertheless, it makes sense to just feed pets (e.g. dogs and cats) used to drinking from the pond during the cure.

 

Degradation: Administered agents will disappear in ponds by natural processes, such as oxidation and breakdown by bacteria.

 

Combinations: There should be a time difference of at least 2 weeks between using Morenicol FMC-50 and Morenicol Alparex. The combination with other products is expressly at your own risk!


General information:

White spot is caused by Ichthyophthirius multifiliis. This disease mainly has a chance with reduced resistance of the fish, such as after transport, overcrowding, after water changes, after placing new fish and the like. We see white in affected fish
dots of 0.1 to 1 mm in size, spread or together in the skin. The fish scrape themselves on plants or stones and are sometimes shaking (with pinched fins) in the water. After loss of a lot of (breathable) skin surface, or direct damage to the gills, tightness occurs and finally death.
With real fungus (usually caused by the species Saprolegnia) we see upright threads, a kind of 'cotton wool' stuffing on the skin and / or gills of the fish. The fungus grows superficially over the skin but can also penetrate deeply into muscle tissue and organs, where the
damage caused ultimately leads to death.

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