New Gallon Size Added for All Products

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They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and here at Dallas-based Dinkins Aquatic Gardens we are offering larger product sizes to our customers with truly monster reef tanks! We now offer half-gallon and gallon sizing on all of our products, with a very substantial price break.

Our most popular product is the Snacklepack Combo, which includes our Six Species Live Phyto Blend and our Reef Snacklebox (Tigriopus, Tisbe, Apocyclops, and a healthy dose of rotifers). This now comes in three size options:

16 Ounce Snacklepack Combo (16 Ounces of Live Phyto Blend and 16 Ounce Reef Snacklebox) - $50
Half Gallon Snacklepack Combo (Half Gallon of Live Phyto Blend and Half Gallon Reef Snacklebox) - $125
One Gallon Snacklepack Combo (One Gallon of Live Phyto Blend and One Gallon Reef Snacklebox) - $195

Until the end of July, remember to use code R2R-DIAMOND-15 for a 15% discount on your order!
 
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Hey Guys,

I am planning on seeding (4) 125 Gallon Systems. Would One gallon be enough to get the job done?

I would probably recommend two gallons...that's a lot of large tanks!

I don't want to seem like I'm trying to upsell you. Given time, you could certainly create a self sustaining population with one gallon split between those four tanks. It will just take quite a bit longer.
 

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I would probably recommend two gallons...that's a lot of large tanks!

I don't want to seem like I'm trying to upsell you. Given time, you could certainly create a self sustaining population with one gallon split between those four tanks. It will just take quite a bit longer.
Okay, thanks! I have a lot of tanks no question about it. These are my observation tanks after the QT process that I do for folks that buy from us. I will see if I am able to swing it, I think it would be well worth it. Do you know if Pods can live through Formalin treatments? I know that is a very odd question...
 
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