Aquaforest is a new company from Poland that makes an interesting line of reef aquarium additives. Aquaforest products seem to mirror many of the additives we’ve seen from Zeovit and Fauna Marin, but they are really emphasizing the probiotic functions of all their supplements.
We’ve heard this same probiotic aquarium refrain time and time again from a myriad of different aquarium companies like Prodibio, Cobalt Aquatics,Tropic Marin and many more. The point is that many companies are leaning too hard on the probiotic features of their product but at the end of the day, reefers need to see results, the proof is in the pudding.
As a new company in the aquarium market, Aquaforest knows that it has an uphill battle to climb in introducing its product in an already crowded market. This video of an aquarium loaded with more than 250 Acros and using all Aquaforest products is a step in the right direction, and precisely the kind of evidential promotion that we like to see.
What strikes us most about this video is how well the colors are defined on each of the different species and strains of Acropora. You can clearly differentiate between the various shades of pink, green and blues and the polyps are so well extended that all the colonies look shaggy. It’s hard to say if the Aquaforest products are specifically responsible for the great health and vitality of this particular crop of Acros, it could be simple good reef aquarium husbandry, but in the meantime we’ll be looking for more examples of successful stony coral tanks that are supplemented with Aquaforest additives.
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