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Advanced Soil Plants Substrate is an Advanced Substrate specially designed for the maintenance of aquatic plants that need specific nutrients for their growth.

Totally natural substrate and highly recommended for hobbyists who want to maintain proper growth of their aquatic plants. ADVANCED SOIL for PLANTS includes special components that promote their growth. It also includes some components to help control the pH and KH and lower them in a short space of time. As a result, the aquatic environment is as close as possible to the natural environment allowing you to plant your aquarium the day after the substrate has been placed.

It is an active and varied aquarium gravel. Stabilizes the pH value depending on the starting water in the slightly acidic range and is therefore ideal for plants, shrimp and fish that are comfortable in soft water.

The highly porous surface offers ideal space and a huge settling area for bacteria and important biofilm. They will feed your shrimp and fish from your aquarium.

This gravel has a very natural look and is offered in a short period of time by crystal clear water.

It is also suitable for leaching.

1 – Place it inside the aquarium before putting the water. It is not necessary to wash the substrate before use. Ideally a 4cm base.

2 - Using a saucer, gently fill the aquarium with water, so as not to move the substrate.

Warnings:

ADVANCE SOIL may contain some fragments of plants or wood, but in no case do they affect the quality of the water, just remove them with a net.

The water may appear a little cloudy initially. This turbidity disappears after 1 day of filtering.

Format: 8 liters


Japanese substrate for aquariums, ideal for aquariums with plants


Why should we have natural substrate in aquariums?

There is a saying that "a clear current is avoided by fish." It describes the aquatic environment, suggesting that it does not attract fish if the water is too clear. In short, very clear water does not contain organic matter which is the main source of nutrients for aquatic life and therefore not in building ecosystems.

Other key factors are the KH of the water and the pH.

Stones, gravels and sand are considered unfavorable for fish farming as they tend to contain a large amount of calcium ions which raise KH. They also contain substances (for example, minerals such as petrified wood and gravel) that raise the pH.

So why high pH and KH are unfavorable for fish? While plants like vegetables and fruits prefer water pH between neutral and slightly alkaline, rice and other aquatic plants prefer water pH between mildy acidic and netutral regeneration. Most fish also live in water that is mildly acidic (low pH).

The natural substrate makes it possible for the water to naturally reach slightly acid.

The same can be said for aquatic plants .
Have you ever seen a stream? In the case of a river, most aquatic life and plants live midway. The substrate in an upper stream is gravel where aquatic plants rarely grow. Also, the plants do not grow downstream, where the substrate is sand and the water contains salt content. Stones, gravels and sand are inorganic crystalline substances that do not contain nutrients necessary for plant growth. Therefore, the plants are not able to survive with those at the base. On the other hand, they can grow well with soil, since it contains a large amount of organic substances that are necessary nutrients for plant growth. Both fish and plants require nutrients for growth. With this in mind, soil is a logical substrate that supports your daily fish and plant care effectively.

 

Format: 3 and 8 litres.



There is a saying that "A clear stream is avoided by fish." It describes the water environment, suggesting that it will not attract fish if the water is too clear. In short, too clear water does not contain organic matter that is the primary source of nutrients for aquatic lives and thus fails in building up ecosystems.

The same can be said for aquatic plants.
Did you ever see into a stream? In case of a river, most aquatic lives and plants live mid-stream. The substrate at an upper streams is gravels where aquatic plants seldom grow. Also, plants do not grow at downstreams where the substrate is sand and the water contains salt content. Stones, gravels, and sand are inorganic crystalline substances that do not contain nutrients required for plant growth. Therefore, plants are not able to survive with those at the base. On the other hand, they can grow well with soil because it contains a lot of organic substances that are nutrients required for plant growth. Both fish and plants require nutrients for growth. Taking that into account, soil is a logical substrate that supports your daily care of both fish and plants effectively.

Other key factors are the water KH and pH. Stones, gravels, and sand are considered unfavorable for growing fish because they tend to contain a large amount of calcium ions that raise the KH. They also contain substances (eg, minerals such as petrified wood and gravels) that raise the pH.


Then why high KH & pH are unfavorable for fish? While plants such as vegetables and fruits prefer the water pH between neutral and mildly alkaline, rice and other water plants prefer the water pH between mildly acidic and netutral. Most fish too live in water that is mildly acidic (low in pH).


Soil makes it possible for water to naturally attain mildly acidic.


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2 Question(s) answered

  • Asked by Jose Antonio Lemke Bonicelli
    on 12/12/2018
    Se puede agregar a un acuario ya habitado, o hay que iniciar todo el proceso nuevamente Answer:
    Estimado cliete: El producto lo puede usted utilizar con el acuario ya habilitado, no hace falta tener que repetir el preceso. Un saludo.
  • Asked by Magali
    on 03/19/2019
    Cual es la relación litros de acuario y litros de sustrato? para saber cuantos litros de sustrato necesito. Podría utilizar también arena de silice con este tipo de sustrato? gracias Answer:
    Estimado cliente: Comentarle que no existe ninguna relacion con litros de agua y litros de sustrato. La manera de introducir el sustrato lo puede usted ver en nuestra pagian web, el cual indica como hacerlo. Por otro lado decirle que puede tambien utilizar arrena de silice ya que el sustrato es para plantas. un saludo.

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