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How to Use Live Sand in Your Saltwater Aquarium

Live sand can serve as the main base for biological filtration in a saltwater aquarium, while the organisms help consume organic matter in the sand bed. Some of the organisms provide a natural food source for many aquarium inhabitants as well.

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Live Sand for Saltwater Aquariums Bulk Reef Supply

Aquarium live sand helps to create an eye-catching reef tank but also provides necessary live bacteria to help quickly cycle your tank. Choose the live reef sand that is most aesthetically pleasing to you but also works with your aquarium's high or low flow and benefits your tank's inhabitants.

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Aquarium Live Sand Marine Depot

Live sand is reef sand that is already filled with beneficial bacteria to help cycle a fish tank quickly. The live sand converts ammonia into nitrite and nitrate. Live aragonite sand, like Fiji pink sand or white aquarium sand, also has the benefit of raising aquarium pH.

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Saltwater Aquarium Sand

Jan 27, 2019· Saltwater aquarium sand is not just any old sand; it generally comprises of what is commonly known as “live sand”. Live sand is a substrate that has been sourced from a coral reef, or alternatively, it is cultured from non-living coral sand.

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What is live sand? Saltwater Aquarium Blog

Conceptually speaking, live sand is any sand that is colonized by bacteria and invertebrates that adds to the biodiversity of a saltwater aquarium. If we compare the saltwater aquarium to the human body, the sand is like an organ (eg. kidneys) removes pollutants from the water and replaces them with less toxic chemicals the body (your tank) can

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The Grainy Truth About Aquarium Sand Ultimate Reef Tank

The same is true for your reef tank. Without specific bacterium, and other helpful microscopic organisms, it would be impossible to sustain a healthy aquarium. In brief, live sand offers a streamlined way to maintain tank health. Rather than populate your tank with bacteria and organisms, live sand

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Aquarium Live Sand Marine Depot

Live sand is reef sand that is already filled with beneficial bacteria to help cycle a fish tank quickly. The live sand converts ammonia into nitrite and nitrate. Live aragonite sand, like Fiji pink sand or white aquarium sand, also has the benefit of raising aquarium

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Nature's Ocean No.0 Bio-Activ Live Aragonite Live Sand for

Nature's Ocean Bio-Activ Live Aragonite Natural White #0 Live Sand 10LBS (Grain size: 0.1-0.5mm). Premium Live Aragonite Sand for Aquariums; Collected in its natural environment and packaged in its natural state (U.S. Patent #'s: 6,376,299 & 6,939,708); Just place in tank, add saltwater

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Premium Live Sand for Saltwater Aquariums and Reef Tanks

Live Sand for sale, full of nitrifying bacteria. Best live sand for saltwater aquariums and reef tanks. Great for helping a tank cycle. Our live sand is sustainably farm raised in our certified aquaculture

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Best Aquarium Sand for Freshwater, Saltwater & Reef in

Jun 15, 2020· Bio-Active Live Aragonite is manufactured in the US from natural reef aragonite. It is rich in calcium and magnesium, which helps corals in reef aquariums. The fine size grains create a natural look in marine fish tanks. Reef aquarists will enjoy the live sand

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Bio Activ Live Aragonite Live Sand Nature's Ocean®

Benefits of Nature's Ocean® Bio-Activ Live Aragonite Sand: • Collected in its natural environment and packaged in its natural state (U.S. Patent #'s: 6,376,299 & 6,939,708) • Just place in tank, add saltwater

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Black Aquarium sand for Aquarium Fish Tanks Nature's Ocean®

Cycling your Saltwater Aquarium Now with Nature’s Ocean Bio-Activ ™ Live Aragonite Reef Sand, there is no waiting period or delay while waiting for bacteria to establish themselves. Both autotrophic and heterotrophic bacteria required for rapid cycling of the aquarium are already in their natural state a BIOFILM on the sand

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