JBL 7 Kul
Nawóz do korzeni do akwariów słodkowodnych (7 kul do nawożenia)

  • Zasilanie podłoża dla korzeni roślin: Specjalnie wykonane kule z gliny naładowane składnikami odżywczymi do akwariów słodkowodnych
  • Pojemność magazynowa dla składników pokarmowych. Nie ma niedoborów: Ważne pierwiastki śladowe i składniki mineralne poprzez żelazo i składniki mineralne
  • Optymalne wspomaganie wzrostu roślin oznacza mniej problemów z glonami. Bez fosforanów i azotanów
  • Silne ukorzenienie roślin wskazuje na wysokie pobieranie składników pokarmowych przez korzenie
  • W zestawie: 1 Opakowanie 7 Kul, 7 kul do nawożenia. Stosowanie: Zależnie od wielkości rośliny raz w roku wcisnąć w obszarze korzeni jedną do kilku kul
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Cena podstawowa 5,46 EUR / 100 g
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Odżywianie roślin akwariowych
Zdrowe rośliny zapobiegają rozrostowi glonów, dostarczają tlen, usuwają szkodliwe substancje, tworzą kryjówki i redukują zarazki chorobotwórcze.

Zdrowe rośliny = zdrowe ryby
Aby rośliny rozwijały się należy spełnić następujące potrzeby:
Światło jako źródło energii do fotosyntezy CO2, składniki pokarmowe i pierwiastki śladowe do pobudzania wzrostu.

Produkty do pielęgnacji rośli JBL zasilają rośliny we wszystkie główne składniki odżywcze i pierwiastki śladowe. W ten sposób rośliny otrzymują wszystkie niezbędne składniki pokarmowe, których potrzebują do pobierania przez liście i korzenie, w celu zapobiegania niedoborom (np. niedoborowi żelaza).

Szczegóły

JBL 7 Kul

Nr Art.:
2011020
Numer EAN:
4014162014979
Zawartość:
ca 70 g
Ø:
20 mm
Pojemność Opakowanie:
0.300 l
Masa brutto:
80.000 g
Masa netto:
70 g
Przeliczenie wagi:
1000
Wymiary (dł/wys/sz):
27/140/74 mm
FAQ
I would like to fertilise my plants with your product and change over completely. How do I go about doing that?

Generally, one should never change plant fertilizers abruptly. The fertilizers from different manufacturers have somewhat different compositions in terms of trace elements. This may cause temporary nutrient changes. It is best to change over in 3 steps:

1) Reduction of the old fertilizer by 1/3; replace this with 1/3 of the new fertilizer. Wait approx. 3-4 weeks and observe the reaction of the plants.

2) Reduction of the old fertilizer by 2/3; replace this with 2/3 of the new fertilizer. Wait approx. 3-4 weeks and observe the reaction of the plants.

3) Complete discontinuation of the old fertilizer and change-over to the new fertilizer.

It is important to observe the reaction of plant growth and, in addition, to check the iron content of the water at least 2x weekly. Whereas the value should never drop to 0, it should never exceed 0.2 mg/l if possible. However, short peaks are no cause for concern.

These measures should generally be carried out on a weekly basis, ideally right after a water change. This achieves better results than fertilizing in large doses at longer intervals.

I can't get all of the pellets out of the tank. Is that harmful to my fish?

The pellets don't contain any heavy metals, so that they are not toxic to fish. Therefore, there is no need for concern if a pellet or two stays in the tank.

If I am using JBL 7 pellets, does it make sense to also fertilise with JBL Ferropol ?

Yes, that will be helpful and may even be advisable, depending on the plants in the aquarium.

The JBL 7 pellets are primarily intended for root feeding plants and supply the plants with nutrients via their roots. Using JBL Ferropol to fertilise via the water column is generally advisable, as all plants (the stem plants more than the root feeders) also absorb nutrients through their leaves.

Are fertiliser pellets (JBL 7 Balls) harmful for my invertebrates such as shrimp and crustaceans?

JBL 7 Balls are harmless to shrimp. It's worth noting that the commonly held notion of shrimp being sensitive to copper is not correct. What is true is that shrimp even need copper urgently as a trace element for their blood pigment (haemocyanin). When using a standard fertiliser, one must overdose 80-100 fold in order to reach the ranges that are dangerous for shrimp, or a copper overdose as applicable. The situation is quite different when it comes to copper-based medications or algae control products, as these have much higher doses.

Blog - Opinie & Doświadczenia

16.07.2017

Outline: Fertilisation in the Aquarium

The JBL plant care concept leads to vigorous and healthy growth even with the most demanding aquatic plants. JBL has all the components you need, whether it’s a fertiliser, a bottom substrate or a fully automatic CO2 fertiliser system.

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20.04.2017

Pflegemittel - Die besten Lösungen für Ihr Aquarium

Mit den richtigen Produkten ist die Aquarienpflege nicht nur einfach, sondern kann auch viel Spaß machen! Die auf intensiver Forschung basierenden Zusammensetzungen der JBL Produkte sind zwar gerade bei Pflegemitteln nicht immer auf den ersten Blick erkennbar, aber auf jeden Fall mittel- und langfristig am schönen Aquarium und gesunden Fischen abzulesen.

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26.02.2017

Plant aquarium in fast motion with or without CO2

Have you ever had the chance to see how big the difference really is between a plant aquarium with and without CO2 fertilisation?

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30.10.2016

How often should you fertilise – daily or weekly?

The subjects of plant care and fertilisation can sometimes take on a philosophical element. There are a lot of approaches and a lot of them can lead to success. It is important that your chosen approach suits your aquarium.

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16.10.2016

How much fertiliser does your aquarium need?

We are often asked: “How much fertiliser do I need for my aquarium?” On all product packaging you find dosage recommendations which give you initial information on how to start the fertilisation.

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04.09.2016

Benefits of aquatic plants for the biosystem

Especially when new to the hobby, a lot of aquarium owners ask: Do I need real aquatic plants or is it enough to use plastic plants which can be easily cleaned?

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01.08.2016

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.

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01.04.2016

There’s more to fertilization than you’d think Part 2

Simply put, Liebig’s Law of the Minimum states that the growth of plants is limited by the scarcest resource. Adding a nutrient which already exists in abundance does not influence the growth.

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29.03.2016

Fertilization is not just fertilization Part 1

Unlike in natural waters, aquariums with fish mostly have a surplus of nutrients caused by feeding and the resulting fish excrement. Thus nitrates and phosphates in large (often too large!) quantities are available for the plants.

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18.12.2015

Are aquarium fertilisers with trace elements dangerous for shrimps?

It’s no wonder that shrimp enthusiasts are unsure when they read the composition of high-quality aquarium fertilisers. Copper! All the alarm bells are ringing. We would like to clear up the confusion and give you some valuable background knowledge.

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Laboratoria i Kalkulatory

Analiza wody Online-laboratorium

Enter your water parameters and get an in-depth analysis of your values in a matter of seconds. You enter your water values – and we analyse! Here you have the opportunity to enter the measured water values directly into the JBL Online Laboratory. This will analyse your values and explain and submit corrective measures.
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Problemy z akwarium

Are you faced with algae problems or don’t your aquarium plants grow well? Is the water cloudy or are your fish ill? Don’t your water parameters correspond to your expectations? Our team of experts has thoroughly analysed the problems that occur in the aquatic field and offers you solutions which really work.
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Wskazówki dotyczące bezpieczeństwa

  • Wskazówka dotycząca bezpieczeństwa dla preparatu do uzdatniania wody
    Nazwa pliku:
    safety_instructions_Wasseraufbereitung.pdf
    Wielkość:
    18 kByte
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