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Jbl Fertiliser Plant Supplement Balls 20-pack

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I247508-Jbl Fertiliser Plant Supplement Balls 20-pack
I247508-Jbl Fertiliser Plant Supplement Balls 20-pack

Product details

SKU
I247508
Pet
Fish
Dimensions
20 pack
Health Type
Plant Supplements
Description
The 20 balls are pressed fertilizing pellets, enriched by a special process with all the nutrients vital for aquatic plants, especially iron and trace elements. The nutrients are released slowly, providing a very favourable depot effect. The ball shape permits the convenient use in existing freshwater aquariums. Specially suitable for the specific nutrient supply or post-fertilization of aquatic plants which mainly absorb their nutrients through the roots, such as echinodori, cryptocorynae and others.
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