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AF Probiotic Reef Salt 5Kilos

Aquaforest Probiotic Salt is a ideal salt for Fish only, Clams, LPS, SPS coral tanks. The probiotic helps to reduce waste and nitrates.

Aquaforest Probiotic Salt

Ideal for:

  • SOFT CORAL
  • CLAMS
  • LPS
  • CORAL
  • SPS CORAL
  • FISH
  • NP CORAL

Fully synthetic marine salt created for cultured corals.

Its formula is designed to create the best conditions for marine animals.

The micronutrients and macronutrients contained in the formula fulfil the demand of corals for proper growth and pigmentation.

Probiotic bacteria contained in the salt reduce the content of nitrates and phosphates and prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the marine aquarium.

After dissolving the salt, freshly prepared marine water can be used immediately.

When setting up new aquariums, it is recommended that the first animals are placed no sooner than 10-14 days after filling the aquarium.

The salt contains bromides, that are found in natural marine water, so it is not recommended for use in the ozone supported filtration systems (for such systems we recommend Reef Salt Aquaforest instead).

Due to the content of probiotic bacteria the dKH value should be maintained at 6.5-8.0. Higher values may have a negative effect on the growth of SPS corals.