Micro Plant is a concentrated preparation containing balanced microelements and trace elements necessary for the proper development of aquatic plants. Micro Plant is intended for use in typical plant aquariums. It contains in the form of stable chelates microelements and trace elements such as: Mn (Manganese), Zn (Zinc), B (Bor), Mo (Molybdenum), Cu (Copper), Co (Cobalt), Ni (Nickel), V (Vanadium) ), Rb (Rubid). Micro Plant also contains other ingredients that support the proper development of aquatic plants.
Initial dosage 1 ml of Micro Plant per 25-30 l of water once a week or 4 ml per 100 l of water. It is preferable to use it in divided daily doses.
Sample dosing scheme:
A tank with lots of plants, light and CO2 – 1-2 ml per 100 l, 3-4 times a week
Tank with a moderate amount of plants, light and CO2 – 1-2 ml per 100 l, twice a week
Tank with a small amount of plants, light and CO2 – 1-2 ml per 100 l, once a week
Optimal doses of Micro Plant should be selected individually for each aquarium, taking into account the amount, species, plant growth rate, lighting, type of substrate, water hardness, CO2 concentration, pH, water hardness and the concentration of other plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium. In the event of an overdose, part of the aquarium water should be changed immediately.
Important tip … If the tank is a typical, accelerated plant tank with a lot of light, CO2, then we strongly recommend Micro Plant. However, for “simpler” plant tanks and general tanks it is better to use Trace Plant. You can read about the differences between the two preparations at this link.
Attention. 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. Keep away from children. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. Wash hands thoroughly after use. Pay attention to the cleanliness of the dispenser / dispensers. Use them for one preparation only. Do not rinse the dispenser or immerse it in water containing bacterial flora. Do not use the dispensers at the same time for dispensing bacterial preparations, then the entire solution in the bottle may be contaminated. After use, it is best to rinse the dispensers thoroughly with RO water.