GH-GOODS

Apple tree leaves

Natural product - Malus spec.
valuable minerals and trace elements 100% natural, untreated and dried great food supplement for shrimp the nano variant is max. 5 cm in size
Available variants
Price
10 pieces
1.56 €
30 Stück
3.12 €
20 pieces NANO
2.50 €
before 3.12 €

Article in stock

Delivery time 1-3 business days*

please select your desired variant above
P on purchase receive bonus points now
The leaves of the Apple tree are rich in various minerals, vitamins and important trace... more
GH-GOODSApple tree leaves

The leaves of the Apple tree are rich in various minerals, vitamins and important trace elements. Apple tree leaves but also contain valuable tannins, which provide our shrimps, crayfish and snails in the freshwater aquarium with many important substances. The Apple tree leaves are eaten by the shrimp and crabs very much and forms an important basis for microorganisms, which decompose the Apple tree leaves over time.

Our Apple tree leaves are 100% natural, untreated and gently air-dried.

Our Tip
The Apple tree leaves initially float on the surface of the water and only go underground after a few days.
The leaves of the Apple tree can also be well on the ground complained and fixed by usage of a small stone.

Usage
The Apple tree leaves can simply be placed directly into the aquarium and can be left in the aquarium until it has completely decomposed, or the shrimp, crayfish and snails have completely eaten the Apple tree leaves.

Dosage
We recommend approx. 1/2 - 1 Apple tree leaf per week for approx. 15 - 20 Shrimp.
With the Nano - Apple tree leaves you can give little more...

Content & delivery
The dried Apple tree leaves comes in resealable zip bag for best freshness.

Article information
Manufacturer GH-GOODS

You miss informations?
We are happy to help you

Question to this product

show your friends what you like

Read product reviews and/or write your own review
Customer evaluation
GH-GOODS :: Apple tree leaves
Write an evaluation
Ratings will be released after a short checking.

* required fields

your last viewed items