Legend Heaven™ There are 10 main trace elements essential for plants usually found in aquarium water. When plant growth is fast, plants need to use high amounts of microelements in the water. It will be necessary to purchase fertilizer for a plant that contains iron, manganese, boron, zinc, magnesium sulfate, and copper. It is also possible to prepare fertilizer at home, though due to the preparation it is not recommended.
Legend Heaven™ is good for aquarium plants since some plants do not have roots. This fertilizer will supply all the necessary nutrients because they mainly contain micronutrients and are suitable for daily or weekly dosing. Excessive usage of macro-elements is not recommended due to problems with algae. Partial water replacement is recommended in order to prevent accumulation of the fertilizer in the tank
Legend Heaven™ micronutrients are required in smaller amounts and should be supplemented in any planted aquarium. The most important micronutrients are iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), chlorine (Cl), copper (Cu), boron (B), molybdenum (Mo), cobalt (Co), nickel (Ni). Without providing these your plants will start to show signs of nutrient deficiency such as holey leaves, yellowing leaves etc.
If you only have a few plants and a high fish count then we recommend Legend Elysium™, a micronutrient solution for lightly planted aquariums, ‘low tech’ aquariums or aquariums with high fish loads.
Dosing instructions; 2mlL/40 liter of tank water/day. If plants show signs of nutrient deficiency, increase the dose or use Legend Avalon™.
In fertilized aquariums approx. 25% to 50% of the water should be changed per week so that there is no accumulation of nutrients in the aquarium water
Storage: at room temperature. Protect from frost and heat. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Use: For fertilization of ornamental plants in an aquarium only.
See the pack for detailed dosage recommendations. Note: Official guidance recommendations take precedence.
Recommended dosage 2mL/40 liters of aquarium water
Lots of light (> 0.5 watts per liter) + CO2 2 ml a day
Little light (<0.5 watts per liter) + CO2 1 ml a day
Without CO2 supply 2-4 ml per week