The Latest Fluke Solve Plus
Extensive research has resulted in the creation of Fluke Solve Plus, a specially developed product for the treatment of the resistant and new strain of flukes which are now causing serious problems in koi.
Fluke Solve Plus uses a combination of the proven technology of Fluke Solve (praziquantel) with a new active ingredient (nitroscanate). The special formulation of praziquantel, which easily and rapidly dissolves in ponds and tanks, combined with nitroscanate, means you can see it dispersing through the water as soon as you add it to your pond or tank.
It is suitable for ornamental pond fish, including in the presence of salt when added as a therapeutic. Fish can be fed normally during treatment. Fluke Solve Plus is safe with biofilters and plants.
How to Use Fluke Solve Plus
Use at a rate of 4g powder per 1,000 litres (220 gallons) of pond or tank water. Simply take a clean container of the pond or tank water and add the required dosage of Fluke Solve Plus to it, then stir. Immediately add this stock solution to the pond or tank, and then rinse out the container with the pond or tank water and add that as well. If necessary, a separate tank can be used to treat the fish for a treatment period of at least 48 hours.
In the case of some rare resistant egg-laying flukes repeat the initial dose after 3 weeks to ensure the active ingredients are in the water long enough to kill any hatching fluke larvae and break the cycle of infection.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE READ BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT
Keep out of the reach of children
This Veterinary Medicine is marketed in accordance with the Small Animal Exemption Scheme.
Store in the original sachet in a cool dry place
After the sachet has been opened, reseal, and the remaining contents will keep until the expiry date on the label.
Do not use at the same time as any other treatment
For use in fish in closed water systems
For use in ponds containing koi carp exclusively.
Do not use in animals or fish other than those indicated. Serious reactions, including deaths, have been reported in dogs (especially Collies, Old English Sheepdogs and related breeds), tortoises and turtles treated with products containing related active substance.