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.I saw a post earlier from the "BIOHOME" guy now being available in AUS. it seems he got the exclusive distributorship from UK. I bought a few items the UK store, but haven't tried the BIOHOME due to postage cost and problem with customs as my packages was seized/questioned a few times - i think i'm on the hot list. I currently have complete eheim media on my filters and was thinking of playing with the media and get either MARINEPURE or BIOHOME if budget permits. There's price difference and different claims of "surface area". I have a few litres of marinepure on my top filter, but don't noticed any difference or I'm not sure what I need to look at. my tank have the usual dirty fish but water parameters remain stable. If you have used both or have an idea which one is best (or a better product to use), I would like to hear your thoughts. Looking at the most cost effective product to use.
Bio home filter media, Anyone using it, I have been for about 3 months now with better than expected results, when biohome media, it comes with live bacteria balls which speed up the seeding life cycle, For me it all started at this utube video, simple and straight forward, full video, Short video Now biohome media Moving bed filter Peat balls, keeps ph at 6.5 Sharing because this stuff does work and makes caring for fish tanks that so much easier This guy also has a lot more to offer
I do wonder about the trace elements though, if someone with a little know how could have some input on them would be great. Trace elements in 'plus' and 'ultimate': Silica, Titania, Alumina, Ferric Oxide, Lime, Magnesia, Potash, Soda, Phosphorus Pentoxide, Chromium Sesquioxide, Manganic Oxide, Zirconia, Hafnia, Zinc Oxide, Barium Oxide, Strontia, Stannic Oxide, Sulphur Trioxide. (from XRF analysis)