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RedSea Reef Mature Pro Kit

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Why does BRS recommend this?

The Red Sea Reef Mature Pro Kit will help any tank with its biological filtration cycle. Each kit provides the necessary bacteria to innoculate your aquarium as well as the nutrients they need to become established and fully cycle your aquarium, creating a safe, mature environment for your fish and corals without unnecessary stress or risk to their health.

At Bulk Reef Supply we have used many different cycle starting products. The Reef Mature Pro kit is one of the few that just simply works well and is a very easy system to follow. Get your new reef tank off to a good start with the Red Sea Reef Mature Pro Kit. 


Each Kit will treat approximately 65 gallons


Kit Contents

  • Nitro Bac: A concentrated blend of nitrifying and de-nitrifying bacteria spores to help cycle the live rocks, substrate and the bio-media in a new tank.
  • NO3: PO4-X: A unique complex of carbons and other organic bonded elements that are used by anoxic bacteria for the accurate control of algae nutrient (nitrate and phosphate) levels.
  • kH Coralline Gro: A concentrated marine buffer complex, fortified with the specific minor and trace elements that promote the growth of coralline algae and other beneficial micro-fauna.
  • Bacto-Start: A balanced blend of nitrogen and phosphorus components that simulate the natural waste products of an active aquarium, enabling a controlled development of the aerobic and anoxic bacteria.


Red Sea Reef Mature Kit Manual

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Product Questions

When during the cycle do you add the macro algae to the refugium? I didn't see anything in the literature about this. Thanks.
Question by: Darrel B on Nov 19, 2017, 9:13 AM
Hey there,

This product doesn't specifically address use with a refugium. I would bear in mind that if you are planning to use the NO3PO4-x that this will be in direct competition for the nutrients that macroalgae would use. I wouldn't usually plan to add macroalgae until you have fish or other tank inhabitants that will produce nutrients for the algae to uptake.

Happy reefing!
Answer by: Zack on Nov 24, 2017, 4:44 PM
Would you run a biopellet reactor while using this product
Question by: Brian on May 24, 2017, 2:58 PM
While there shouldn't be any real harm in using both products, there may be some interactions between certain elements of the mature pro kit and the biopellet reactor approach. The Reef Mature has a liquid carbon source to encourage facultative bacteria, much the same as the biopellets. I would choose your carbon food source for the bacteria and stick to one and not do both. Aside from this, establishing nitrifying bacteria to break down ammonia and nitrite into nitrate as a part of the natural cycle should have no negative interaction with the function of the biopellet reactor and the biopellets will grow only as much bacteria as your system can support given nutrient levels.

Have a great day!
Answer by: Zack on May 31, 2017, 9:40 AM
How many would I need for a Innovative Marine 40 gal cube.
Question by: Johan deRuiter on Mar 17, 2016, 6:52 PM
Great question!
You will need 1 kit which works up to 65 gallons. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor on Mar 18, 2016, 9:58 AM