ADA La Plata Sand
- Produces a natural appearance
- Very light-coloured almost white sand
- Reflects the nature of a stream
- Very fine-grained (1-4 mm)
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The white bright-color grain with less than 3mm size stands out in a lighted aquarium. It is natural sand with natural color, suitable for cosmetic sand. It can also be used with Wabi-kusa and other purposes.
Rinse well before use.
Please be aware that the bunch/potted variation of this plant could contain snails and other invertebrates.
Aqua Design Amano (ADA) is the premium brand in aquascaping and Nature Aquaria. The company was founded by Takashi Amano, who applied the elements of the Japanese art of gardening to planting and decorating aquaria. For Takashi Amano, clearly the focus is on creating especially attractive habitats with his Nature Aquaria and aquascapes. The products manufactured by Aqua Design Amano (ADA) are of a very high quality, they complement the overall effect such a Nature Aquarium has on its contemplators, and they complete the artistic impression of the layout.
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Perfect, nothing to say... always the same quality for a super brand, can.'t wait to start my aquarium. Thank you so much (read more)
Perfect, nothing to say... always the same quality for a super brand, can.'t wait to start my aquarium.
Thank you so much
A quality product with a beautiful natural color. Must be washed thoroughly before use in the aquarium. (read more)
A quality product with a beautiful natural color. Must be washed thoroughly before use in the aquarium. I have used this product in my Aquascape, where the light sand marking a path between a bonsai tree and a rock formation.