Multimineral salt for soft-water shrimps

Shrimp King BeeSalt GH+

With valuable minerals, trace elements and vitamins

 

  • Creates the ideal water values for the successful keeping and breeding of soft-water shrimps such as bee shrimps and bumble bee shrimps
  • Creates a slightly acidic pH of approx. pH 6.0-6.5
  • Promotes growth as valuable supplementary nutrition, especially for young shrimps
  • For balanced growth, health, vitality and high breeding success


 

For targeted hardening of osmosis water, rain water and purified water. Developed especially for keeping and breeding shrimps from soft-water biotopes such as bee and bumble bee shrimps and their varieties. With all the essential minerals, trace elements and vitamins shrimps need for healthy, balanced growth, vibrant colours and plentiful reproduction.

With Bee Salt, water can be created with an increased total hardness, but no carbonate hardness, similar to that which soft-water shrimps are accustomed to in their natural habitats. At the same time it promotes the activity of filter bacteria and promotes plant growth. It dissolves quickly and is easy to use.



• Increases total hardness, does not increase carbonate hardness
• With essential vitamin C and vitamin B complex
• Biologically balanced calcium-magnesium ratio
• Creates the perfect conditions for problem-free moulting
• Provides the perfect conditions for successful breeding
• Extends the useful life of the substrate, as it does not increase carbonate hardness
• Dissolves quickly, easy to use

 

 

 

Art.-No.Contents
6127200 g
61281.000 g
  • Dosage / Application

    1 level measuring spoon (approx. 6 g) per 40 litres of osmosis water produces the following recommended water values: Total hardness 5-6 °d and/or conductivity 250-280 µS/cm (microsiemens) and slightly acidic pH of approx. pH 6.0-6.5 (depending on the water source, substrate, stones and roots).

    Stir Bee Salt into water in a separate container. After a short time the salt will have dissolved and the water can be used. Add any undissolved solids to the aquarium too.

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