KETAPANG leaves of the Indian almond - a remedy for conditioning the water in freshwater aquariums.
Ketapang are dried and disaggregated Indian almond leaves (Terminalia catappa) that naturally improve the quality of the aquarium water. Ketapang introduces natural marinades into the water and gently lowers the pH of the water, providing conditions similar to the biotope of sewage. The substances released from the leaves accelerate the regeneration of the cuticle, mucosa and fins of the hatchling fish and reduce the danger of fungal diseases, for this reason it is recommended to apply almonds after changing the water, after transporting the fish. fish and in season of their adaptation in a new aquarium. The almond used in the spawn aquarium protects the roe from mold, greatly improves litter and fry survival. A Ketapang envelope is applied for 150-200 liters of water. The envelopes are changed after two weeks.