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GH BIOFILTRE and GH Subculture
    #306812 - 10/30/09 09:53 AM (7 years, 2 months ago)

Hey there,

Well I've been having some issues with bacterial growth in my reservoir as some of you may know, and after posting here I was met with two different approaches. Either buy an aerator or use a predatory bacteria/root strengthening solution.

My wallet is empty for this weekend but I decided to go around and check out what was around. I stumbled upon a shop here in Berlin that carries something called BIOFILTRE from GH. It's a filtering and aerating device. Moreover, it's recommended the device is paired with another GH product called Subculture - which is an additive with predatory and beneficial bacteria. Apparently, Subculture is only meant to be used with the BIOFILTRE as it creates "the right environment for them." 

Anyway, I got really excited and I think I want to buy it!

I just thought I'd see what you guys thought of this thing.

Overall, I've heard nothing but good things about GH and I'm very happy with their Organic PH Buffers which I bought a little while ago. So I think it would be a very beneficial buy, and I could get it by next week.

http://www.eurohydro.com/biofiltre.html
http://www.eurohydro.com/subculture.html

What do you guys think?


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Edited by TomCollins (10/30/09 09:54 AM)


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Re: GH BIOFILTRE and GH Subculture [Re: TomCollins]
    #307268 - 10/31/09 03:08 AM (7 years, 2 months ago)

I've been happy with their products and currently use their Nova line of nutrients. I'm sure it will work well for you.


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