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A Never Clogging Filtration System that Really Works

 The problems encountered with the growth of plants, and the misunderstanding of biological bacterial processes and water quality in the hobby of ponds and aquariums, resulted in an intense research for its causes thirty-three years ago. Hobbyists not understanding the words “Bleichsucht” and iron deficiency in plants, and the word “Anoxic” low bacterial oxygen levels, and Facultative Anaerobic Heterotrophic Bacteria were the catalyst for the research.

 Finally, in the 1989 the first results became publically known. Resulting in a synthetic means of which not only brought iron to the plants, but many other nutrients in the form of ions and trace elements, and in the correct, combinations without the use of fertilizers. Shortly thereafter, he discovered a method of introducing Anoxic conditions to the hobbyists in a safe an efficient filtration system. Today 24 years later one of the most versatile and easy to maintain filtration systems is now available to the hobbyists.

 This filtration system keeps ponds crystal-clear by using Biocenosis Clarification Baskets without premature clogging and maintaining a healthy ecosystem for hobbyist aquatic animals like that of the Japanese mud ponds do. This system is called the Anoxic Filtration System, and has exceeded all expectations of any hobbyists that are using it. Not only does the system keep ponds crystal-clear but also maintains healthy plant growth and encourages excellent fish health and vitality. This system has proven to eradicate pathogens and germs in all pond systems, and exceeds that of any filtration system that is presently known on the market today costing a fraction of what conventional filters do.

 However, the biggest plus about this system is it is entirely free to the hobbyists. The information on this Blog will give you easy and simple instructions on how to succeed with any biotope such as a hobbyist pond.

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