Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic 450g

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Phosphates accumulate quickly in marine aquariums and are responsible for some of the most destructive effects of all nutrients. In addition to encouraging unwanted algae growth, phosphates slow the skeletal growth of stony corals. Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic supplies readily available nitrogen compounds and balances nutrient levels. Just like in the ocean, when sufficient trace elements are present. Anthozoans will absorb nitrogen and phosphates. This results in a reduction of the phosphates with no rise in the nitrate level. The maximum content of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic also aids in the reduction of any excess phosphate level. With regular additions of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic anthozoan growth is visibly increased, especially among leather corals and anemones. Stony corals show deeper coloration and increased flourescent pigmentation. The skeletal structure of the colonies grows stronger and develops in a pattern that more closely mimics their natural development in the wild.

Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic
+ contains valuable proteins and minerals
+ supplies readily available nitrogen compounds to ensure a balanced nitrogen-phosphorus ratio (N:P)
+ promotes growth of anthozoa and reduces phosphate levels
+ the polyps of anthozoa become more engorged and open
+ free from nitrates and phosphates

Use of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic:
Add one level measuring spoon of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic per 200 liters/50 US gal.of tank water to the aquarium water no more than once a day. Make sure that the Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic does not come into direct contact with your livestock. If phosphate levels in the tank are low, smaller dosages may be sufficient to stimulate growth and ensure the well-being of the livestock. Do not use during the start-up phase of the aquarium. Oxidizing filters, such as trickle filters, external filters or bio-filters may reduce the efficacy of Tropic Marin Pro-Coral Organic. There may potentially be a slight increase in nitrate levels but this is normally harmless.