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Vetark Fluke Solve 10g

Product Code : FLUSOL10 Barcode : 5029411451015

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Easy to use - dissolves readily without having to use boiling water or solvents.
Safe for the fish and all other pond inhabitants
Science based data to confirm the efficacy of the medication.
Contains 50% praziquantel

£15.99inc. vat

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Product Description

Fluke Solve previously known as Solupraz provides effective control of skin and gill flukes as well as tapeworms in goldfish and Koi.
Fluke Solve is the result of in-depth research by veterinary fish experts who have recognised the need for ornamental fish keepers to have access to high quality veterinary pharmaceutical products, without prescription, which are both safe and effective.
The active ingredient in Fluke Solve is Praziquantel which has been used for the control of a variety of fish parasites since the early 1990's, with specific studies in carp for cestode (tapeworm) infestations as well as ectoparasites such as monogean trematodes, or flukes.
Fluke Solve does not damage filter bacteria or plant life and can be used at low temperatures down to 3 Degrees. Fluke Solve is also safe to use with sturgeon.
Dose Rate:
Use at a rate of 4g per 1000 litres (220 gallons) of water.
10 grams to treat 2500 litres (550 gallons)
25 grams to treat 6250 litres (1250 gallons)
50 grams to treat 12500 litres (2500 gallons)
100 grams to treat 25000 litres (5500 gallons)
Directions for use:
Add required quantity of Fluke Solve to 10 litres of pond water in a clean container and stir. Immediately add this stock solution to the pond water with the fish. Rinse out the container with pond water and add to the pond.
If necessary a separate tank can be used to immerse the fish for the treatment period of at least 24 hours. In the case of egg laying flukes, a second treatment 3 weeks after the initial one is recommended to ensure that the hatching larvae are killed.
UV can be left on during treatment.

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