Dennerle Shrimp King Active Soil 8L
Dennerle Shrimp King Active Soil Substrate 8L
ShrimpKing Active Soil consists of up to 100% natural raw materials. Produced from a variety of carefully selected natural soils, it provides essential minerals and trace elements, which promote the health and growth of shrimps.
ShrimpKing Active Soil has been developed especially for the successful keeping and breeding of shrimps. It is particularly suited to all species that like soft, slightly acidic water, especially bee shrimps, such as the popular Crystal Red, Red Bee, Tiger Bees and Shadow Shrimp.
It adjusts the water to be more like that which soft water species are accustomed to in their natural habitats. As a natural ion exchanger it reduces the pH and stabilises it at a slightly acidic level (approx. pH 6.0-6.5). At the same time it reduces the carbonate hardness – down to close to approx. 0-2 °d CH depending on the water source - and thus makes the water considerably softer.
It also serves as a natural source of humic and fulvic acids, without discolouring the water.
High quality – Made in Japan
Substrate quantity guide (substrate height of 4-5cm)
10L (20x20x25cm) - 2L of substrate
20L (25x25x30cm) - 3L of substrate
30L (30x30x35cm) - 4L of substrate
35L (40x32x28cm) - 6L of substrate
55L (45x34x36cm) - 8L of substrate
60L (38x38x43cm) - 8L of substrate
The irregular shaped grains, with a diameter of 1-4 mm also give a natural appearance
The dark black colouring provides excellent contrast with the vibrant colours of the shrimps
Porous surface for the settlement of important cleansing bacteria
Also extremely well suited to use with substrate filter systems
Promotes growth – bacteria, single-cell organisms, single-cell algae and other microorganisms - as valuable, natural nutrition, especially for young shrimps
Excellent filter capacity for crystal-clear water
Binds harmful substances for healthy living conditions
Also ideal for all tropical fish and plant species that like soft, slightly acidic water
Does not discolour water
Does not promote algae