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- The new aquarium manual 2018 will be available from June 2018 here for download and dispatch - Dear Friends of JBL, I have an aquarium in my office too. It’s not only so that I can enjoy looking at fish, shrimps and plants but also for my own personal product tests. This isn’t because I don’t trust our research and development department, but it is always immensely satisfying to see my aquarium dwellers gobbling up a new or improved food or watching the water values getting better and better. And I hope to maintain my enthusiasm for hobby aquatics and the quality of our products since this is a part of the motor which drives us all to advance the field of hobby aquatics - and it is really great fun! Warm greetings, Roland BöhmeDownload
Dear Pond Enthusiasts, For the first time we are presenting our pond manual in the form of both guidebook and reference work. In the first part you will find articles concerning all you need to know about ponds and pond animals. In the second part of the book we will give you a complete outline of all JBL pond products. With the JBL ProPond food range for koi and pond fish JBL has really created something totally unique: a food concept, which not only meets the requirements of the fish as a seasonal concept, but also takes their other living conditions into account. All these factors have resulted in the NEO index which includes the right protein/fat ration for the respective food. Thanks to that you will be nourishing the health and colours of your fish and this will mean more and longer enjoyment with them! JBL can truly guarantee you this. With warm greetings, Roland BöhmeDownload
Dear Terrarium Enthusiast, Every time I go on an expedition the crawlers and reptiles we meet fascinate me and I am glad that our JBL range not only makes it possible to keep these animals in terrariums but that we also can create conditions for them which are increasingly modelled on nature. Once you have encountered poison dart frogs, monitor lizards or tree snakes in the wild you will be captivated by these animals for life. I’ve even come to love tarantulas, not everyone’s favourites. In the course of our UV measurements we repeatedly noticed that more UV radiation reaches the animals than many are aware of, and this has strengthened our motivation to develop UV rich lamps. This way keeping and hopefully breeding terrarium animals will become a bit easier. With warm greetings, Roland BöhmeDownload