CYCLING YOUR AQUARIUM WITH AQUABELLA BIO-ENZYME, THE WISEST CHOICe
Whether you are considering starting a new aquarium or facing cycling issues, AquaBella Bio-Enzyme will quickly and safely cycle your aquarium and will also make your hobby a lot simpler and much more enjoyable from the very first day.
Using AquaBella Bio-Enzyme to cycle your new aquarium is convenient and efficient and the safest way to establishing a well-balanced water ecosystem from the beginning. Unlike other products, AquaBella is an all-in-one natural solution that provides a complete and potent set of essential and beneficial bacteria and enzymes that complete the entire nitrogen cycle, including converting nitrates into harmless nitrogen gas.
Add one tube in an active aquarium and your aquarium is ready to host your fish the next day (wait 48 hours before adding AquaBella Bio-Enzyme if you are using a dechlorinator). Done. Unless your aquatic life has specific needs, you will not have to use any other supplement or additive. And you will not have to change water for 1 year guarantee!
The directions provided below are optional and only intended to optimize the use of AquaBella Bio-Enzyme during Cycling:
Day 1: Add the first tube labeled “Day 1”
Day 2: Add your fish
Day 7: Add the second tube labeled “Day 2”
Day 30: Add the third tube labeled “Day 3”
Note that a 2-inch substrate is very useful in providing a place for anaerobic bacteria to colonize. Anaerobic bacteria’s primary function is to convert nitrates into inert nitrogen gas.
Cycling an aquarium is the most critical first step in establishing a well-balanced ecosystem. “Cycling” refers to the nitrogen cycle and the microorganisms that process the different nitrogen forms that harm aquatic life. An established aquarium is one that cycles nitrogen with consistency. Before organic matter from food waste, fish feces, plant matter (…) have the time to decay and release ammonia, enzymes will speed up the breaking process and bacteria will start the oxidation process of ammonia into nitrite and nitrite into nitrate. The last step, the conversion of nitrate into inert nitrogen gas does not usually occur in an aquarium, even with the help of biological/ bacterial supplement. Only AquaBella Bio-Enzyme formula provides nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria that complete the process by converting nitrate into inert nitrogen gas.
All cycling techniques have their pros and cons. A fishless cycle requires supplements, a source of ammonia and close monitoring. It takes a minimum of a month for bacteria to populate an aquarium. However, it is not rare that the introduction of fish will trigger a new cycling. Cycling with fish is more conventional and the waste they generate will serve as the source of ammonia. Exposure to ammonia and nitrite may result in fish loss. In both cases, fish should be introduced a few at a time to avoid disrupting the balance of the aquarium. Regardless of the technique, the risk is an unbalanced bacterial population, which may cause bacterial bloom, and missing essential bacteria such as denitrifying ones.