In a closed aquarium system, maintaining conditions that perfectly reflect the natural environment is a real challenge for the aquarists. Natural sea water contains microelements, that despite their low concentration, have a huge impact on the aquatic life.
Boron is one of the trace elements found in the natural environment of corals. It takes part in the metabolism of calcium and accelerates the growth of coralline algae. Due to its properties, it positively influences the development of coral skeletons and improves coloration. Maintaining the appropriate level of boron increases the production of red phytopigments, which lead to more intense coloration of zooxanthella corals (yellow, orange and red).
- Helps to maintain the proper concentration of boron
- The highest quality product tested in a laboratory
- Created in cooperation with the best chemists
- Improves the color of corals
- Accelerates the growth of calcareous algae and the calcification of skeletons
20 ml of the product increases the boron level by 1 mg/l (ppm) in 100 litres (27 US gal) of water. Recommended level: 4.05 – 5.00 mg/l (ppm). We recommend dosage based on the ICP-OES tests results. Please remember, that maximum safe daily dose is 20 ml per 100 litres of water. If you need a higher dose, split it into a few days. Dosage should be based on microelements consumption. Note, that each aquarium is different and final dosage depends on the coral cast and individual aquarium needs. Both, deficiency and excess micronutrients will affect aquarium inhabitants, therefore dosage should be selected and modified on the basis of regular Aquaforest Lab water tests.