Seeding your self-cleaning aquarium ecosystem

By | December 5, 2012
Explaining the stuff behind +Elaine Barlow 's 'miracle stone'.

Elaine posted:
I dropped this little rock into my tank on November 16th and as ofNovember 27th (the last photo) it was all about cleared. I took a picture today and it's back to perfect. I honestly don't know how this thing really works and I was pretty skeptical but the evidence is right in front of me. I didn't touch the tank at all. I just left it as is. I didn't change anything. I just dropped this thing in there and ignored it. It works amazingly well 🙂 I highly recommend this!

How it works
The secret agent: Bacillius natto.

Bacillius natto is a well-known and safe microorganism, along with the nutrients it needs to grow and thrive, are packaged together in a porous stone made of pumice and concrete – as water circulates through the stone, waste is decomposed by the bacteria living in the EcoBio Block and returned to the aquarium habitat. The bacteria will multiply, and they do require oxygen – which your fish should have if you aerate your aquarium like any decent fish owner should. It will also decompose waste and other putrification bacteria, and can function in larger scale environments such as ponds or creeks as well.

EcoBio-Block Technology: Clean water by natural micro organisms as it is done in nature. EcoBio-Block was developed, incorporating cutting edge technology, with the natural ecological system of using …
EcoBio-Block Technology: Clean water by natural micro organisms as it is done in nature. EcoBio-Block was developed, incorporating cutting edge technology, with the natural ecological system of using …

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