ProFito stimulates the division of cells of water plants
The high concentrations of, in particular, iron, potassium and magnesium in ProFito plant food fulfil the plants’ need to absorb large quantities of these nutrients. This plant food contains also many other micronutrients (including manganese, boron, cobalt, lithium, molybdenum, copper, tin, nickel, fluorine, iodine, aluminium, zinc, selenium and vanadium). These substances and a number of rare minerals that are added give plants exactly what they require for trouble-free growth. The plants are stimulated to create cytokinins (plant hormones), which stimulate the division of cells. The leaves grow to become much wider and the colours become extremely vibrant.
Thanks to the optimal supply of nutrients provided by ProFito, water plants grow quickly and stronger. As a result, unwanted substances in the aquarium water, such as certain nitrogen and phosphate compounds, are absorbed by the plants more quickly. Nitrate, phosphate and ammonium are, therefore, removed from the aquarium water more quickly by the plants. ProFito relieves the burden placed on the water and a better biological balance is created in the aquarium.
ProFito plant food does not contain nitrate or phosphate. The nutrients in ProFito are stabilized in a number of different ways by various chelators. Antioxidants and preservatives slow down the perishability of ProFito, which guarantees a longer shelf life. Storing the product in a cool and dark place also increases the shelf life.
||10 ml per 100 litres aquarium water*
* It's also possible to add 1/7 of the total dosage on a daily basis. The colour of the product can vary from dark green to dark brown.
TIP: Use about 1/3 of the dosage for the first couple of weeks. That can later be adjusted to attain the best possible growth rate (weekly per 100 litres 10 ml +/- 40%). The best dosage can be determined by observing the youngest leaves of the plant. If they are light green, then the dosage can be increased. When algae should appear and/or no further growth enhancement of the plants can be observed, then the dosage may be reduced. The introduction of some fast-growing plants can be very helpful to prevent algae.