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The Mineral Hearts from GlasGarten are the perfect supplementary food for shrimps and other crustaceans. Essential minerals are supplied to all creatures over a certain period of time, actively helping shrimps and crustaceans with their moult. Snails can also benefit from the hearts, as they can use the minerals to build up their shells.
Practically, the Mineral Hearts can remain in the tank until they have been eaten completely. All substances are released into the water slowly, without polluting the water. Even the microbiology in the filter and substrate can improve.
When using Mineral Hearts, the total hardness and the conductivity may increase slightly. This is quite welcome in shrimp keeping and is not a problem if the feeding instructions are followed. Moreover, the small hearts consist only of natural ingredients.
- Suitable for all invertebrates
- Support a successful moult
- 100% natural ingredients
- Can remain in the aquarium
- Snails can repair housing damage
One Mineral Heart for 10-20 litres of water. Leave in the aquarium until the heart is used up and only then replace it, one heart should last several days. If they do not last long, the regular feeding of the main food should be increased.
GlasGarten stands for aquaristics with a passion. In the aquascaping hobby, the low-iron glass tanks made by GlasGarten have long gained a lot of popularity, and their soil substrate has also earned a very good reputation with aquascapers, shrimp breeders and planted tank enthusiasts. The new food line as well as the water additives sold by GlasGarten are of the same high quality as the other products of this brand. They can be used in tanks dedicated to shrimp breeding and shrimp keeping as well as in aquascapes and planted tanks in general.