Aquatic Barley Straw Extract combat for algae in Aquariums

Natural Algae Control for Aquariums.

Clears fish tanks & Aquariums of green water & algae naturally.

 • Safe for fish & aquatic plants.

 • Easy to use.

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Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is the natural eco-friendly way to limit new algae growth in fish tanks & aquariums.  

Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is natural & non-toxic to humans, fish, pets & will not affect aquatic plants.

Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is safe for fish tank and aquarium filter systems.

Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is made from 100% Australian grown barley. The product is manufactured for Australian conditions & water.

Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is a highly concentrated extract which can be delivered quickly & easily to limit new algal growth.

 

 

Directions:

Aquatic Barley Straw Extract is best applied before algae appears as it works best as an algae growth suppressant, limiting new algae

It's ideal for use immediately after a fish tank or aquarium clean & re-fill or prior to algae fist appearing.

Tip container upside down to gently mix, measure the required amount of product & pour directly into the water. Use only as directed.

 

 

Application Rates:

For indoor Fish Tanks & Aquariums - Apply at a rate of 5ml/50 litres of water & re apply every 2 weeks.

For water with high turbidity, or poor water clarity apply an additional 20% more product, until clarity improves.

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