Mg Up - magnesium for aquatic plants - 500 ml

10.00

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Description

Mg Up is an aquarium preparation containing magnesium. Magnesium is a macronutrient that is involved in many chemical reactions in plants. It is an essential ingredient for photosynthesis and plant growth, and acts as an enzyme activator. Along with calcium, it is also the main component in building water hardness. Mg Up is used to replenish the deficiencies of magnesium in the aquarium and to correct its concentration, if necessary, during water preparation for water changes.

DOSAGE
1 ml of Mg Up added to 10 l of water increases the concentration of Mg + 2 ions by approx. 5 mg / l.
1 ml of Mg Up added to 100 l of water increases the concentration of Mg + 2 ions by approx. 0.5 mg / l.
10 ml of Mg Up added to 100 l of water increases the concentration of Mg + 2 ions by approx. 5 mg / l.

Scan the QR code from the product label – Calculate and match the concentration of Mg + 2 ions to your aquarium …

We also provide a calculator that makes it easier to make a possible correction of the concentration of magnesium (Mg + 2) in the tank or prepared water for water changes. Calculates the amount of ml of the Mg Up preparation, depending on the magnesium concentration (Mg + 2) to be ultimately in the tank. The calculator is available on our website at this link. It is optimized for mobile devices.

Do not use for breeding plants and animals intended for consumption and food processing. The product is intended for aquariums with fish and ornamental plants. Keep the preparation tightly closed at room temperature. Possible sediment at the bottom of the bottle is a natural phenomenon and is not a product defect. Keep away from children. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. Wash hands thoroughly after use.

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