Coral Accel
Coral Accel is a Hard & Soft Coral Growth Stimulator

Description: Coral Growth Stimulator

Type: Marine Supplement 

Available In: 8, 16, 64 oz & 5 gallon 

Part Numbers: CA8, CA16, CA64, CA640

Description: Kent Coral Accel is a Hard & Soft Coral Growth Stimulator • It provides complex proteins which provide a natural source of necessary amino acids that spur coral tissue growth.    Contains rich marine lipids  particularly designed for use when fragmenting small polyped stony corals and propagating soft corals, octocorals, and colonial anemones.

Directions: Shake well immediately before use, Important:  Invertebrate foods should be used sparingly in a marine aquarium, to prevent loss of water quality!  Shake well immediately prior to use:  Add 1 to 2 teaspoons per 50 gallons daily depending on animal load (1 capful from 8 or 16 oz. bottle, or 5 ml = 1 teaspoon) in an area of high water flow.  For best results, see use and interaction section on opposite sidebar.  (Tip: Nitrite testing will warn of overdosing.) Target Method:  Individual animals may be targeted with this product and this is the most efficient method.  It also causes less pollution in the aquarium.  To do this, purchase a plastic syringe at any drug store.  Fill the syringe with Kent Coral Accel and dispense, as necessary where the product will flow over the animal.  Do not touch the animal with the syringe.  Do not contaminate this product with aquarium water by inserting syringe into this container!

Considerations for use: For coral propagation, Coral Accel should be used daily.  It is a clean product, however, water quality should always be monitored.   You must judge overfeeding by the condition of your aquarium.  Kent Phytoplex marine phytoplankton is a good choice to feed daily along with the Coral Accel.  Feed Micro•Vert once weekly in lieu of Coral Accel.     Continue your normal regimen of Kent Kalkwasser, Tech•CB and Coral-Vite.  Kent Marine Essential Elements should be used simultaneously to replace those minerals lost to protein skimming and carbon or resin filtration.   Tech•I Iodine will provide excellent results.   Live corals require strong lighting, with proper spectrum and strong water movement, in a well seasoned aquarium.   Do not attempt to propagate corals in an aquarium that is less than a year old.   Regular water changes with Kent® Sea Salt are encouraged.   Use Kent Marine Superbuffer-dKH or new Pro•Buffer dKH to control alkalinity,   prevent pH swings, and encourage deposition of new coral structure.  

Active Ingredients: hydrolyzed marine protein, marine lipids, potassium iodide, ascorbic acid, vitamin A propionate, vitamin A palmitate, sodium EDTA, tocopherol. 

Precautions: Not for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children!