Sunday, August 21, 2011

Live fish food is really important for your fishes

In determining your fish to breed, it is important to condition them and add some live food to their diet. Live foods are rich in essential vitamins and has a higher nutritional value than the dried varieties from pet stores. This food also reflects the food they were going for the natural environment, so the fish are enthusiastic and very interested in it. Worms is a big fish on the menu and a lot of types to consider. You can buy at the pet store, but a really cheap solution is just outside the garden! Earthworms, although not a natural part of a fish diet is very happy. Just wash the excess soil and carefully nurture. Be aware that the earth had not been recently sprayed with chemicals or pesticides. Of course, the worms should be cut for smaller fish, depending on the size of both fish and worms. As for the job, they can be chopped in a blender until a tasty brew for the baby to bake. Hopefully an old mixer dedicated to fish would be the right choice.

Other types of worms can be grown easily. You can buy cultures for White Grindle worms and worms at the local aquarium shop. They can be stored in plastic containers of compost and fed cereal-based foods like bread, oats, cereal and baby food. They should all be pre-moistened. Other varieties of food includes crickets living enjoyed by larger fish. The fly is also a good option, but make sure that no insecticide or spray is used and the flies have been hit! Many human foods are also suitable for fishing. Fresh or frozen green vegetables such as peas, spinach, cucumber and lettuce are great as a supplementary diet. Peas should be cooked to soften, and lettuce and spinach blanched to break down cellulose and make them easier to digest. Fresh or frozen fish and shellfish such as mussels, prawns and shrimp are all very good food to add to the variety.

It is important to not overfeed as this can not cause direct damage to the fish, this will lead to serious pollution of the water and in turn a heavy load or kill fish. Decomposes rapidly consumed and ammonia is produced and the filter can not be able to handle the extra production, the construction of ammonia are toxic to fish. There is such a wide variety of live food is available, there is no reason for aquarium fish diet to consist solely of dried flakes. Live food are usually free or very inexpensive home culture and every hobbyist can easily give some, if not all of these opportunities for their fish. Live food for your fish are especially useful when conditioning them for breeding. They are high in nutrients and essential vitamins that are not processing or destroyed by leaching into the water in the dry food is available commercially. Live food is also better adapted to the natural feeding instincts fish just as they would eat in their natural environment and they will more eagerly respond to this food.

There are many worms that fish really. They can be bought in pet shops, but also easily grown at home. Earthworms are an easy and free solution should be thoroughly rinsed to remove any debris before use. They can be fed whole or chopped, depending on the size of the fish and worms. Chopped in a kitchen blender, they make good food for fry (note: I recommend an old one for this purpose). Make sure the worms are not collected from land that was recently treated with pesticides or similar chemicals. Earthworms are easy to grow and ensure sustained economic source of food. You just need a plastic container filled compost rich in organic matter. Keep it moist and add worms. They can be fed with vegetable kitchen scraps, fruit, grain, grass, leaves, etc. Egg capsules are displayed on the surface as tiny white dots and the baby worms hatch in 3 or 4 weeks.

White worms are small and white and reach about half and inch to inch and a half size. They can be grown in a culture be bought in pet stores. Use a plastic container only 8 x 12 cm and 2 cm deep, with slightly acidic peat or compost. It should be moist but not wet and covered with plastic or cardboard and remained dark. Put a few holes in the lid so the worms will air or nitrogen. They can be fed with bread moistened with water and grains such as oatmeal, also pre-moistened. Replace food when it begins to mold and experiment with the public and given the amount of food. Do not remove the worm culture thrives, and there are many worms eat when the lid is lifted. If culture has the right consistency, so that worms will be clean when removed and can be directly fed to the fish, if not the culture may be too wet and the worms will be washed.

Grindall worms are smaller than the white worms grow to only about one quarter to half inch. They can be grown in the same way as white worms, possibly with a more shallow container. Grindall worms are not very prolific breeders and care is needed not to drive to the culture by taking out too much at once. They are easy to remove when they collect on the underside of the lid. Moist feed with cereals, baby food and bread. Perform live food is not only very good condition fish for breeding, but also the most economical method.

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