Vendeur: bluefishaquatics (4.987) 99.6%, Lieu où se trouve: BRISTOL, Lieu de livraison: GB et de nombreux autres pays, Numéro de l'objet: 201444315941 Type: Planting Soil, Brand: JBL, Les Détails: PROSCAPE SOIL COMPLETE Ideal substrates for the professional care of plants and shrimps. Proscapers often use special substrates (soils), which have been especially adapted to their requirements. Unlike „normal“ substrates (sand, gravel), soils are not water- neutral, but have a softening effect. They make the water softer and acidify the aquarium just enough to slide the pH value slightly into the acidic range. The JBL plant soils are rich in nutrients and supply the plants with both nutrients and minerals, whereas the shrimp soils are free of nutrients. http://microsites.jbl.de/ProScape/en/soil/ You will certainly have already noticed, that wet substrates look darker than dry substrates. This also applies to the aquarium substrates, such as the JBL ProScape soils. In the image you can clearly see that only the wet soil shows the beautiful brown colour. Never be deceived by the colour of the dry substrates inside the packaging. • Creates the water values of tropical waters. JBL ProScape Plant Soil provides a slightly acidic pH value in the aquarium, as found in many tropical waters. • Ideal for plant care. The granulation of the soil ensures an optimal supply and circulation of oxygen inside the ground. This in turn encourages microorganisms, which enable an optimal digestion of the nutrients, to settle. • Rich in minerals. JBL ProScape Plant Soil is rich in minerals and thus offers optimal conditions for the care of aquatic plants.HOW TO USE IT JBL ProScape Plant Soil is pre-cleaned. To wash out abrasion caused in transit, we recommend rinsing JBL ProScape Plant Soil before its use in the aquarium. Please add the water gently to avoid unsettling the soil. To prevent an accumulation of minerals in the water, change 50% of the aquarium water every 2-3 days in the first two weeks. Because the water values are influenced by the source water and by the intervals between the water changes, the softening effect will gradually decrease.