Keep out of reach of children and unauthorized persons. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and mucous membranes. Store in a cool, dry location away from sunlight.
Remedi8 is a dry, free-flowing formula consisting of non-pathogenic, heterotrophic aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms, specifically selected for aggressive reduction of latent nutrients in recirculating systems. Reduced nutrient content is associated with: improved water clarity; improved growth rates; elevated ORP; reduced BOD, COD, DOM, POM, DIN, DON, PON. Regular application enables greater feeding frequency, improved nutrient management, and enhanced foam fractionation efficiency.
Maximum effectiveness is achieved within 12 months of manufacture date. This formulation does not incorporate preservatives, however refrigeration is not required. Unused contents of container should be protected from exposure to atmospheric moisture and other contaminants.
To inoculate: 1 g / 200 gal.; repeat once after 7 days. To expedite nitrogen cycle, apply in conjunction with aCtiv8, which provides necessary organic carbon and ensures rapid microbial colonization.
Maintenance: 1 g / 500 - 750 gal. weekly, or 1 g / 3,500 - 5,000 gal. daily. Monitor system nutrient balance. Adjust dosage accordingly.
Recommended is to mix the required mass of Remedi8 to be dosed within 24 h with system water (the volume of water used need only be enough to form a fluid suspension; the precise volume is not important) in a clean vessel, and dispense the resulting suspension into an out-current water flow within the main body of the recirculating system. Avoid dispensing the suspension near drains and pump intake ports. If the suspension is to be kept ≥24 h, then refrigerate. Do not mix with low-TDS water (e.g. purified).
Depletion of available carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus will negatively impact the growth of cohorts consisting in part or entirety of phototrophs; this includes plants, algae, zooxanthellate cnidarians, and poriferans hosting symbiotic zoochlorellae. Monitor nutrient concentrations and note apparent related impacts on cohort appearance and biomass. Adjust nutrient content in system as necessary to maintain desired cohort appearance and growth rates.