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Ecopond Tadpole Food is a vegetable based food, formulated to meet the dietary needs of tadpoles in the early, vegetarian, stages of development.

Lack of food in the early stages of a tadpole's growth will greatly reduce its chance of reaching maturity, so providing a helping hand with some specially formulated food will help to maintain a healthy amphibian population in ponds and gardens.

Ecopond Tadpole Food provides the nutrition that tadpoles need up to the point where they develop back legs (4-6 weeks after free swimming begins). A pinch of food should be sprinkled on the surface of the pond once a day.

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