WHY need OZPOLISH Bio-Cure, when Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas grow naturally on their own, establishing the nitrogen cycle in 2 months
While Nitrosomonas and Nitrobacter bacteria can establish the nitrogen cycle naturally in a fish tank, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure can assist in the process of establishing a new tank or restoring the micro-flora in an existing tank.
Benefits of Using OZPOLISH Bio-Cure:
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure helps to ensure that the selected bacteria populate to their maximum count. Without OZPOLISH Bio-Cure, there is no assurance that all bacteria will take over the tank, and harmful bacteria may take over. OZPOLISH Bio-Cure has various types of bacteria, such as Subtilis, Polymyxa, etc., which are not present in conventional supplies. Based on the need for a tank, a specific OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variant can be used.
Types of Bacteria in OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Variants:
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variants contain different types of bacteria. OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Basic has 3 types of bacteria, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Standard has 8 types of bacteria, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance has 11 types of bacteria, and OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Pro has 9 types of bacteria, but in High CFU.
Additional Inputs in OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Variants:
Along with beneficial bacteria, all OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variants except OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Pro contain a natural ammonia binder. OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance and OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Pro contain selected enzymes. These inputs cannot be ensured while cycling a tank naturally.
Quick Establishment of Beneficial Bacteria:
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure helps to establish beneficial bacteria in a tank quickly due to its various types of bacteria and additional inputs.
Salinity Tolerance in OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance and Pro:
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance and OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Pro have bacteria that can tolerate salinity up to 30 ppm, making them suitable for use in saltwater tanks.
Overall, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure is beneficial in establishing and maintaining a healthy aquarium environment.
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variants work best in the porous substrate or with the sand substrate in an aquarium.