Boost the capacity of your substrates to maintain the health and cleanliness of the aquatic habitat in your aquarium. Energize the sand and live rock microorganisms by simply using the Marc Weiss Organics Sand Boost from Pet Store
. This formulation is all organic, and IT is prepared to encourage beneficial microscopic organisms living inside the pores of sands and rocks to proliferate. The more species of these tiny beneficial creatures living in your tank, the healthier the aquarium
is. This is because these organisms are sources of nutrition that promote the growth of yeasts, mollusks and microalgae. The symbiosis among these organisms and their ability to use dirt, debris and wastes result to a cleaner water in your tank. This formula is a natural way of keeping your tank in good condition.The Marc Weiss Organics Sand Boost comes in an economical large-sized, 16-ounce bottle. The formula is rich in vitamins like Vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, K, Beta-Carotene, Cyanocobalamine, Folic Acid, Iodine, Niacin, Thiamin, Pyridoxin, Ribofl avin, Retinol, and Tocopherol. It also contains essential minerals. The nutrients are derived from selected herbs and vegetables like aloe vera, acacia gum, green tea, carrot, asparagus, cucumber, squash, sweet potato, tomato, wheat, and sea vegetables.
Energizes the natural microorganisms found in live sand and live rock.
- Helps live sand and live rock maintain natural biological filtration
- Creates a symbiotic condition that neutralizes debris and other waste
- Increases the ability to utilize waste material
Sand BoostTM is 100% organic. The formulation is designed to promote sub microscopic creatures that live within the aggregate pores. These nanoscopic creatures are essential for many reasons. However, the prime mission is to enhance the beginning of the food chain within the aquarium substrate for both plants and animals. Sand BoostTM ingredients make the surrounding area of the sand aggregate more amenable for reproduction.
The pores of a quality substrate range in size and have colonies of various inhabitants. This condition will potentially promote varying degrees of microscopic creatures. The more species of beneficial creatures available to the aquarium, the healthier the aquarium becomes. This is accomplished simply by helping to promote more food selection potentials such as yeasts, microalgaes and mollusks (sub scale) which provide increased nutrition. Remember that these organisms do not just stay in the substrate; they will travel throughout the tank. As they travel, their natural predators will take advantage of the migratory situation.