Aquaforest Freshwater Carbon, absorbent activated carbon for fresh water.
Aquaforest was founded in 1995 and its first commitment is in the production of substrates and fertilizers for plants developed for zoos, private aquariums and companies specialized in the cultivation of aquatic plants.
A couple of years later he started producing his own plants; later they also dedicated themselves to fish and corals. Subsequently, given the growth that was recording, Aquaforest decided to expand its production also to food supplements and sea salt using the experience gained in breeding and growing fish and corals.
This is how high-quality studies and research has begun for marine aquariums; important investments for the creation of unique products designed to best feed their animals and to grow their plants as fully as possible. When they realized the high level reached by their products, they thought it was time to put them on the market and not to use them exclusively for production purposes.
In 2011, Aquaforest production began for end users, gaining the immediate and growing attention of marine dealers and aquarists.
The Aquaforest product line was created to put at the service of all the knowledge and experience accumulated by the founders of the company who know that the pros and cons of the marine aquariums have learned on their skin how to solve the problems they are facing and what to do in a spectacular aquarium.
Mineral Salt Fresh:
Salt for remineralization of osmosis water contains minerals that increase the resistance of plants to stress after a rapid change in the condition of the tank. It stimulates a more rapid regeneration of plants after transplanting, pruning and changing water parameters after the change.
Contains all the minerals needed for the growth of freshwater fish and plants.
AF Mineral Salt is perfect for preventing diseases caused by a mineral deficiency in water. The formula does not contain Sodium, which could hinder a luxuriant plant growth.
We suggest 10g for every 100liters of osmosis water for plant cultivation, while 8g for every 100liters of osmosis water for discus reproduction.