Anaerobic Bacteria

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    …nitrate in a closed aquarium system. This method converts nitrate to nitrogen gas using sulfur beads. Sulfur beads encourage the growth of anaerobic bacteria as it oxidizes the sulfur. Rated for tanks up 396 gallons (1500 Liters) Method of feeding: Gravity or Feed Pump Feed Rate: 132-264 GPH…


    bacteria for quick nutrient removal No "rotten egg" odor Enhanced growth and better colors for fish and corals Reduces the long term build up of detritus and anaerobic waste products Reduces stress factors and minimizes the risk for fish and coral diseases Contains directly active live bacteria in…

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    …bacterial activity in breaking down other organics, reducing phosphate and organic carbon, and may also prevent the formation of hydrogen sulfide in anaerobic areas of the rock and sand.    Available in Four Sizes: 16 oz. 32 oz. 128 oz. (1 gallon) 5 Gallons   Directions Start by adding 1 ml per 20…

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