WHY need OZPOLISH Bio-Cure, when Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas grow naturally on its own, establishing the nitrogen cycle in 2 months
Though Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas can grow in a fish tank naturally over time, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure (all the variants) could help the establishment of a new tank; or restoration of micro-flora in an existing tank in various ways.
These are the benefits of using OZPOLISH Bio-Cure:
- While using OZPOLISH Bio-Cure (all the variants), we ascertain that the selected bacteria populate to their maximum count. When done without OZPOLISH Bio-Cure, we cannot ensure that all bacteria are taking over the tank. There are several bacteria out there. When cycled naturally, we cannot as well, rule out the possibility of any harmful bacteria taking over the tank.
- As in conventional supplies, there are not just two (Nitrosomonas and Nitrobacter) bacteria benefiting the existence and the success of aquarium. Hence, OZ-POLISH Bio-Cure (all variants) has various types of bacteria, such as Subtilis, Polymyxa, etc. 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, OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Professional has 9 types of bacteria but in High CFU. Based on the need for a tank, a specific OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variant could be used.
- Along with the beneficial bacteria, all the variants of the OZ-POLISH Bio-Cure, except OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Professional contains a natural ammonia binder. OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance and OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Professional contains selected enzymes. These are the inputs that cannot be ensured while cycling a tank naturally.
- Due to all the above factors, it won’t take OZPOLISH Bio-Cure months to establish the beneficial bacteria in a tank. OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Advance and OZPOLISH Bio-Cure Professional have bacteria that have salinity tolerance to 30ppm, which means they could be used even in saltwater.
OZPOLISH Bio-Cure variants work best in the porous substrate or with the sand substrate in an aquarium.