Would you like to learn some interesting facts about your hobby or have a glimpse behind the scenes at JBL? Our team of experts regularly share tips, knowledge, and further information not to be found on any packaging or product. Use this opportunity to discuss and ask questions. Experience the expert team as never before.
Keeping an eye on the most important water values
Professional water analysis sounds very expensive. But the professional water testing in your aquarium or pond at home also works on a high level and above all it is simple and inexpensive.
The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation
A lot of aquarists are talking about liquid CO2, which is said to be able to replace a conventional pressurized gas system or a bio-CO2 system.
Identifying Fish Diseases In The Pond Before It’s Too Late
Many pond owners believe that fish diseases are mainly introduced and passed on by sick fish. Fortunately this is very rarely the case and it’s mostly up to you whether your fish keep well and fit. More than 90 % of the diseases are caused by inappropriate living conditions, such as water values and inadequate nutrition!
Water values for water plants in detail
If we transfer this Liebig’s Law of the Minimum to the aquatic field it quickly becomes clear how important balanced fertilisation is for plant aquariums.
ProScan Historie – Scanning, Saving, Managing
The JBL ProScan product has now been available in the specialist shops for one year and we have collected your comments and requests. There was in particular a request for an option to compare several measurements and to manage different aquariums and ponds.
Garten- & Zooevent 2015 – Innovations and Information
At last, last weekend, we presented our product innovations to a wide audience of specialists at the ”Garten- & Zooevent” in Kassel . After some short product training, our general manager Roland Böhme took to the stand and introduced his favourite new item.
Inside JBL – How does the food get in the tin?
You’ve probably already asked yourself how food gets put in tins. During our company tours we not only show our visitors how food is manufactured, but also how the tins are filled and sealed.
Aquascaping: sand, gravel or soil – which is best?
Aquarists wanting to aquascape will need to rethink their substrate: sand or gravel are only suitable for decorative purposes, when no plants are to be put in.
ProScan 3.0 – Always with you, everywhere you go
Imagine you go to your specialist dealer for advice. And then you realise you forgot to determine the current water values.
Bacteria starter – starting an aquarium without a run-in phase – Part 1
Bacterial preparations for aquariums have been on the market for more than 20 years. That’s a very long time. From the start they were used to establish healthy bacterial flora or as an emergency measure to quickly add fish to a freshly set up aquarium.