Why is iodine required? Corals might require iodine as a de-toxifier, as a protection against uv-radiation and as a natural defense against many parasites. Iodine is present in NSW (Natural Sea Water) in a very low concentratio...
The importance of trace elements By trace elements we usually mean elements that are present in natural seawater in a concentration lower than approx. 1 mg/L or ppm. Some of these elements are essential to make many biological p...
Why is strontium required? Strontium is probably important for accelerating coral and calcareous algae growth. NSW (Natural Sea Water) contains approx. 7 - 9 mg/L strontium. This strontium is associated (”chelated”) with sulfate...
The Balling Method - calcium powder mixtures for 1 gallon each of 3-part calcium supplement (A: carbonate alkalinity B: minerals and calcium C: calcium & magnesium)
Description: Adds essential calcium, alkalinity and magnesium...
Description: Essential Lipid Complex for all Fishes
• HUFA complex for all marine fishes & corals
• Provides omega-3 fatty acids EPA & DHA in complex form
• Particularly useful for fish ...
Ammonium is very toxic in an aquarium, especially when the pH level exceeds 7.5. It is the cause of nitrite surges and the cause of stress, immunity deficiency and damage to the gills. STOP AMMO made from natural plant extracts, ...
Why is boron required? Boron is present in NSW (Natural Sea Water) in a moderately low concentration (4.4 - 4.8 mg/L or ppm). It is present predominantly as boric acid and to a lesser extent as borate. It has several important...