Hi guys! I know it took me months to get another post here. Sorry about that and sorry it's a review of aquarium products again. Maybe you guys could give me some idea on which item to review next? But give me some time to do so. Forgive me.
Anyway, it's the Seachem Flourite! What is it? Well, according to Seachem it's a specially fracted stable porous clay gravel for the natural planted aquarium. Porous clay substrate for planted tank. Now many of you might have not heard about using anything else but aqua soil for substrate in a planted tank but the truth is years before the invention of aqua soil by ADA aquarist have been using many other substrate for planted tank. It is just that ADA was glorify to the point that many would think it's the only way.
With that being said, let's get back to the review. How is it?
- Doesn't break up over time
- Doesn't leach nutrients into water
- Reduce the chance of algae infestation
- Store nutrients in them to be use by the plants later
- Sand form hold plants really well
- Very dusty
- Some nicer colors doesn't comes in sand form
- Might cause problem in the future if the substrate is left undisturbed for a long period of time
And for more detailed review, just watch the video below: