How do you use Kordon rid of fungus?

How do you use Kordon rid of fungus?

The Standard Dose of Rid-Fungus is 10 drops (from a medicinal eye dropper) per gallon or 1 teaspoon (approx. 5mL) of Rid-Fungus for every 10 gallons (approx. 45.5 liters) of water. In regular treatment repeat dose daily until 3-4 days after the last infection is observed, including in the mouth, gills, and nostrils.

Does rid ICH plus work?

It works for freshwater and saltwater aquariums. It has been scientifically proven effective in the control of external parasites. Read the instructions carefully. Be careful with fish that do not have scales, and be careful with invertebrates.

Is Kordon rid ICH plus safe for plants?

Kordon Organic Ick Attack – Works wonders. Very plant and fish safe.

How do you treat fish with ICH?

How To Treat Ich

  1. Remove any carbon in the filter before beginning any treatment as it will render the medication useless.
  2. Raise the temperature of the aquarium by 2 degrees C or 4 degrees F.
  3. Add aquarium salt to the water.
  4. Add a medication to the water.

What does Kordon rapid cure treat?

Kordon Rapid-Cure Ich and Parasite Treatment acts fast to treat Ich infections, external protozoan parasites, and the side effects of parasite infection in aquarium fish. One drop per gallon of water relieves symptoms in just 48 hours. Safe for fresh and saltwater fish tanks.

What does seachem ParaGuard treat?

ParaGuard™ employs a proprietary, synergistic blend of aldehydes, malachite green, and fish protective polymers that effectively and efficiently eradicates many ectoparasites (e.g. ich, etc.) and external fungal/bacterial/viral lesions (e.g., fin rot).

What does Cupramine treat?

Cupramine™ effectively eradicates Oodinium, Cryptocaryon, Amyloodinium, Ichthyophthirius, and other ectoparasites of both freshwater and marine fish. It is superior to copper sulfate, chloride & citrate: it is non-acidic, less toxic to fish, remains in solution, and does not contaminate the filter bed.

Can live plants carry ich?

Ich is the most common disease in the aquarium. Usually, any new addition that could be a new fish or live aquarium plant causes Ich. And as Ich is very contagious, it rapidly infects all the fish in your tank.

How long does it take for ich medicine to work?

Some in the fish keeping community even believe ich is present in any tank that holds fish. Either way, once it finds its way to your tank, you will want to act fast. Thankfully, treatment is usually effective, but you need to be prepared for a few days to over a week of treating the affected fish and water.

Is ich bacterial or fungal?

Ich is a parasite caused by the protozoan Ichthyophthirius multifiliis. Ich penetrates a fish’s skin or gills and creates small white spots on the body. The parasite multiplies and spreads to other fish quickly and is fatal if untreated.

How do you use the jungle Ick Guard?

Answer: Add one teaspoon per 10 gallons and remove carbon from the filter during the process. Change 25 percent of water and treat every 24 hours until water is clear. The ick guard treatment is intended for freshwater aquariums only.

Are Plecos sensitive to ich medicine?

Ich medication Ich, or white spot disease, is a common ailment for plecos and can be treated relatively easily. The first step is to remove the fish from the tank and place it in a quarantine tank.

Can I give my pleco a salt bath?

Yes even small amounts of tonic salt can have a bad effect upon certain Plecos and close loricarin relatives. Without wishing to play down their importance, and beauty, the ‘common’ Hypostomus and Gibbiceps species are usually fine with small amounts of aquarium/tonic salt in their tank(s).

Is ich a parasite or fungus?

What looks like Ich But isn t?

Not to be mistaken for Ich, the white dots of Velvet disease will almost completely cover a fish’s body. These spots will appear finer and more dust-like, unlike the ones caused by the Ich parasite.