Seachem Flourite

2 reviews

Seachem Flourite is a brilliant aquarium substrate designed to give planted aquariums the levels of security and nutrition they need to allow the healthy, optimum development of aquatic plants. Featuring a neutral balance, it won

Product

  • Flourite 7kg - Brown
    code: 20950 In stock Only 4 left in stock
    £27.19
    £31.99

Product Information

Seachem Flourite is a unique substrate, designed just for planted aquariums.

Flourite contains iron, which is a vital nutrient for healthy plant growth. This is naturally depleted from the water and therefore must be replenished. Essential trace elements are also provided in micro form, they are released slowly from the porous clay substance for maximum effect.

It can be used alone, or used with other gravels to create a personalised look.

It has a neutral balance and will not affect the pH value of the water, or leach any chemicals back into the water.

Flourite is attractive in colour and design. The rich brown tones add a pleasing colour and texture to the floor of your tank. Some cloudiness may occur, but should clear within a couple of hours. Seachem's Clarity treatment should help clear it more quickly.

Key Features:

  • Contains iron and trace elements - ideal for plants
  • Can be used in all types of aquarium
  • Tough, durable texture
  • Attractive, natural appearance
  • No chemicals or additives
  • Will not alter pH balance

Latest Customer Reviews

  • Rating
    Date 26/01/2017 15:01pm
    Seachem Flourite 7kg
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    Quick delivery and good price
  • Rating
    Date 13/03/2017 09:03am
    Seachem Flourite 7kg - Brown
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    What a hell of a lot of rinsing this product needs ! It took 24 buckets of fresh water to rinse 7 Kg of product, maybe I leached most of the iron out too considering the state of the bath afterwards. Not much info about Fluorite, like might it create an ammonium spike etc. if designed for fishless - cycling of a new tank set up. The product is quite sharp - edged for bottom feeders and my gouramis and clown loaches have been mainly staying at the half of my planted community tank where there is just pea gravel, not the new fertilizer. Too early to tell if new plants will thrive. Fingers crossed !