Dennerle Nano Daily Fertilizer is tailored specifically to the sensitive nutrient situation in
mini aquaria. It supplies aquarium plants on a daily basis with all the nutrients they need
for strong, lush growth. Valuable trace elements such as iron and manganese provide for
rich green leaves. Red and reddish-brown leaf colours are intensified, while attractive leaf
markings are enhanced. Nano Daily Fertilizer specifically fills nutrient gaps, strengthens
plants and helps to counter stagnant growth. Highly-effective protective shells – so-called
chelates – mean that the nutrients remain available to plants for a long time. Deficiency
symptoms are eradicated on a lasting basis, new leaves display a rich green colouring
Phosphate- and nitrate-free – does not promote algae growth
Guaranteed safe for all shrimps, crabs and other invertebrates.
Dennerle Shrimp King Color is a sinking, water-stable feeding granulate consisting of 100% natural ingredients. Colour-boosting effect for yellow-, orange- and red-coloured shrimps. Contains a high level of natural, colour-boosting carotenoids, such as astaxanthin, beta-carotene and lutein. Yellow, orange and red shrimps cannot develop the colours that give them their attractive bodily colouration themselves, and they have to take it in via their food. These colourings, called carotenoids, are primarily found in algae, flowers, fruits and leafy vegetables. Shrimps and crayfish turn carotenoids into their own colourings, especially astaxanthin, which forms a molecular bond with the protein beta crustacyanin. These molecular compounds are stored in special colour cells and give the shrimps their species-specific colouring. Shrimp King Color is especially suited to the following species: Red Fire, Sakura Red, Sakura Orange, Blue Pearls, Yellow Fire, Black Tiger Shrimps and Blue Tiger Shrimps.
Deponit mix acts as a long term nutrition store for waterplants, so ensuring magnificent and healthy waterplant growth.
Deponit Mix is a natural concentrate of clay and sphagnum, laid at the bottom of the gravel layer when you build your aquarium.
The substrate is laid in a 1 cm thick layer on the bottom of the aquarium, when the aquarium is built. A layer of gravel of minimum 3-4 cm thick is then laid over the substrate.