ANDREW's USE OF PRO-MORE & PRO-GROW

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ANDREW's USE OF PRO-MORE & PRO-GROW

Postby Fred Goodall » Wed Mar 08, 2006 9:30 pm

Pro-growth should start after the fry wean...or when they are able to digest food beside the mucus from the parents.

Pro-growth is for growth, helps to build a strong immunity and also to detoxify the liver and transporting the ammonia/ urine out of the body.... thus you can give them all the way to adulthood.

Though part of pro-growth ingredients are in Pro-more, Pro-more is specially designed to boost fertility and prime gametes thus resulting in high yield. It will not cause any adverse effect if given to young fishes...(only that it is more expensive).....but giving adult or fishes after puberty/developed reproductive organs is most effective.

So, in discus term, it should be around 8 to 9 months. Then again, if you do not want to breed them that early..don't feed then any pro-more.

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Postby Chris Zukowski » Thu Aug 10, 2006 4:31 pm

Hi,
Can I buy it in USA, I'm in Chicago area.

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Postby Alex Galea » Thu Aug 10, 2006 5:34 pm

Hi Chris,

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Postby Tony Vaughan » Thu Aug 10, 2006 5:56 pm

Thanks Alex :thumbsup:

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Postby Chris Zukowski » Thu Aug 10, 2006 8:13 pm

thank you
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Postby Afshin Ziyaeian » Thu Aug 10, 2006 8:27 pm

Hi Andrew
I am wondering if using Pro more in the pairs meal is enough for them or we should considering another food too. like blood worms or others?


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Postby Andrew Soh » Sat Aug 12, 2006 12:58 am

Hi buddy,

Pro-more should be sufficient for pairing discus....but best to add spinach into diet. Don't need other vitamins and proteins.

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Postby Afshin Ziyaeian » Tue Aug 15, 2006 6:44 pm

Hi Dear friend
Then it is wonderful product. :thumbsup:
What about pro growth? Is it the same, or we should add other vitamins and minerals to the young fish's diet?

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Postby Andrew Soh » Wed Aug 16, 2006 12:27 am

Both products do not need to add additional vitamin or protein.

They are powerful yet harmless and I am sure for the many hobbyists that have tried them, they can confirm to the claims.

Pro-more is a crazy creation...so crazy that the discus fed with this supplement really produce more succesful spawns without adding any thing else.

It is definitely harmless..even to your pet dogs. When you bitch is about 20 days to heat, add 1/2 a table spoon daily to her diet and she will produce more efficetive and less deformed eggs (instead of 5 to 8...maybe 8 to 12).

If you think that whatever amount of eggs is unimportant....and the most important is that the stud (male dog) has quality sperm to fertilise all the eggs in the bitch, feed the stud (male) with pro-more for a week (can be in drinking water) before you put him to tie with the bitch.

Even if you do not want to tie any pet.....but for study and observation,.....you can feed some daily (for about a week) to your pet.....rabbit, cat, dog....maybe even turtoise and you will definitely observe them displaying sex ritual.

Even if discus cannot find suitable mate, after taking pro-more, many of the males will take to fertilizing the beefheart very, very often......almost daily.


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Postby Tom Krühlmann » Thu Aug 17, 2006 8:31 am

I can only confirm Andrews posting. It surprised me as well seeing this changed behavior - Females showed increased "activity" - to the pleasure of the males ;-)
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Postby Andrew Pollock » Thu Aug 17, 2006 1:44 pm

what are these products?

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Postby Tony Vaughan » Thu Aug 17, 2006 1:58 pm

Hi Andrew :welcome:

They are products designed by Andrew Soh. You will find some information about there uses in his book and on this link: http://forum.discusnews.com/discus-sion ... php?t=5659

If this does not answer all your questions please let us know and we will respond accordingly.

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Postby Andrew Pollock » Fri Aug 18, 2006 6:46 am

tony lookng through the sub forums it seems this product has been around approx a year or so here
and i believe you mentoned something about expiry in 2007
do you still have any available?
what shelf life does the product available have?

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Postby Andrew Soh » Sat Aug 19, 2006 10:10 am

Don't worry Andrew,

It is still 2006. By the time it reaches expiry dat which is in mid 2007, you could have bought new batch.

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Postby Dougall Stewart » Sat Aug 30, 2008 6:33 am

Hi Andrew

I assume the sell by date can be ignored if you put it into a good beefheart mix and freeze it?
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