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Korallen-Zucht

Trace Element Complex (500 mL) - Korallen-Zucht

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You will find the multiple important minerals in KZ’s Trace Element Complex (Spurenelemente Komplex). Especially for stony corals. Extremely growth enhancing.

Do not use in combination with the ZEOvit system. If you're looking for a Trace Element Solution for the ZEOvit system, please use balanced ZEOspur 2.

 

Dosing instructions: 3 mL per 50 gallons daily

Do not exceed recommended dosing amount - this product is highly concentrated.

 

To find the right Korallen-Zucht solutions for your tank or simply learn more about the ZEOvit System, check out our BRStv Buyer’s Guide To Korallen Zucht or download the Korallen-Zucht product guides below.

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Product Name Trace Element Complex (500 mL) - Korallen-Zucht
SKU 207069
UPC 4260507581211
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Product Questions

Which trace elements are you dosing with KZ Trace Element Complex?
Question by: GoVols on Apr 9, 2020, 3:05 AM
Hi there,

We are primarily using amino acids and some trace elements like coral booster.

Take care!
Answer by: Thomas Billington on Apr 16, 2020, 2:47 PM
I notice after running new gfo for a bit my corals seem to start losing color. I read running a gfo and carbon reactor with skimmer removes many trace elements, my question is will this product replenish those trace elements removed by skimming and running gfo and carbon? Thank you.
Question by: Cesarleo on Jul 2, 2016, 10:13 PM
There can be many things that affect coral coloration like lighting, water parameters, and stress. In this case I would recommend checking your phosphate level with an accurate test kit. There is a possibility that you are pulling too much phosphate out of the tank and starving the zooxanthellae in your corals tissue. That being said, a trace element supplement could also help and this would be a good choice.
Answer by: Valerie on Jul 6, 2016, 5:15 PM