Make dead filters alive in your pond

Not every pond owner uses a filter (unfortunately). But if there is already a filter in the pond you need to spend a little time maintaining it.

Filters not only have the aim of removing turbidity from the water but also of providing ideal colonisation conditions for bacteria which decompose pollutants. A new or a newly cleaned filter is clinically dead. Bacteria haven’t yet settled on the filter material and it needs several weeks before a filter has been completely colonised by bacteria. Therefore you need to give the bacteria a helping hand. JBL FilterStart Pond contains enough bacteria to activate your filter within a few days and therefore making it fully functional.

The use of JBL FilterStart Pond is not just recommended for initial startup , but also after the use of remedies, after disinfection measures or after the cleaning of the filter.

© 04.04.2017
Heiko Blessin
Heiko Blessin
Dipl.-Biologe

Tauchen, Fotografie, Aquaristik, Haie, Motorrad

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