Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root
for the best possible growth: leaf and root fertilization. Most aquarium plants can only take in nutrients through their leaves and roots. Differences apply according to plant species, however. Some species of plant prefer to take in nutrients via the surfaces of their leaves, while others favour intake from the ground or bed through their roots. The latter category includes many strong-rooted plants such as the popular sword plants or great water plantains (Echinodorus) and water trumpets (Cryptocoryne) Such species require a nutrient-rich bed. Nutrient deficiencies are manifested by stunted growth, pale leaves, glassy leaves and yellowing of the veins or the entire surfaces of leaves. For the best possible growth they are reliant on regular leaf fertilization and - at longer intervals - specific root fertilization.
Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root supply aquarium plants with all the important nutrients that they require for healthy, lush growth - ideal for species with strong roots. All nutrient elements are contained in directly plant-available form with immediate and long-term effects. Valuable trace elements such as iron, magnesium and manganese provide for rich green leaves. Red colouring and attractive leaf markings are intensified. Natural clay minerals serve as nutrient buffers. These keep the nutrients in the bed, directly at the plants roots. This means that Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root do not promote algae growth. Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root ensure good root formation and powerful growth for newly set plants right from the start. They activate root formation, enabling the plants to quickly establish a firm hold in the substrate. In older aquaria with depleted nutrient supplies, Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root replenish the beds nutrient reserves. Deficiency symptoms are eradicated and the plants are given a fresh lease of life.
Dosage of Dennerle Plant Care Pro Root:
As a booster for new plants and for complementary fertilization: depending on size of plants, press 1-2 tablets as deep as possible into the root area of the plants. Depending on the species of plants, the nutrient depot will be sufficient for 6-12 months.