12 Pound Box Real Reef Live Rock
25 Pound Box Real Reef Live Rock
12 Pound Box Real Reef Shelf Rock
25 Pound Box Real Reef Shelf Rock
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Fully Cured Live Rock
live rock, a truely "green product"!!
Every year there
is more and more demand for aquarium live rock. Finally there
is an answer with a zero environmental impact to the worlds reefs!
"Real Reef" Live Rock is the industries answer to our
hobbies increased demand for aquarium rock. "Real Reef "
Live Rock is a made of 100% natural marine friendly ingredients.
Its components are made of the same building blocks which wild
coral and living reef rock are composed of. The ingredients are
not taken from the ocean and as a result there is zero environmental
impact to the world's coral reefs or marine habitat. The product
is also grown here in the U.S. in closed systems, which also
avoids additional environmental impact to the ocean environment
via mariculture or ocean farming.
Live Rock does not harbor nuisance or parasitic algaes, inverts
and unwanted hitch hikers. Wild live rock inherently is covered
and impregnated with undesirable pests and decaying organic matter.
In most cases wild live rock is not alive, as it died crossing
the Pacific by boat.
offers the aquarist a clean biologically active rock, which mitigates
all the issues of wild live rock, including the process of waiting
for the death to subside, AKA curing.
"Real Reef" Rock is our standard reef building rock.
It is very light, porous and full of holes and crevices. It is
three dimensional in shape and comes in many natural shades of
purple, pink and red. It replicates the look, feel and function
of coralline encrusted coral skeleton rock. Its made from
all natural reef eco friendly materials and grown in greenhouses
to become a bio-active rock, without the nuisance pests and hitch
hikers commonly found on wild rock. This rock is great for Marine
Reef and Fish only aquariums. Not suggested for Freshwater, as
it holds a high stable pH.
"Real Reef" Live Rock is for both the beginner through
the expert aquarist. Easily maintained, "Real Reef"
Live Rock requires moderate lighting and also a moderate level
of water movement. The chemistry required to keep live rock doing
well are the same as any other live rock. The addition of calcium,
strontium, iodine, and trace elements will help grow and maintain
coralline algae growth.
rock is sold in 25 pound boxes. Your "Real Reef" Live
Rock will arrive with sizes between 5 and 16 inches. We recommend
between 1-1/4 to 1-3/4 pounds per gallon for a beautifully aquascaped
is "Real Reef's" version of the shelf or slab rock
e imported from the Kingdom of Tonga for many years. The Real
Reef Team used Tonga Shelf as model to replicate and the results
are so similar to the old Tonga Shelf that most think it is the
real thing! If you always liked the look of true Tonga Shelf,
without the environmental reef impact, than this is the rock
Works great for adding shelfs to your existing or planned aquascape.
Great for creating shelfs to accommodate frags, clams and other
marine life needing a flat surface. Made from the same all natural
calcium based ingredients as Real Reef Rock and functions great
as a natural filter or growing surface.
The whole "Real Reef" Live Rock Story
In response to the increasing demand and environmental impact
on the Live Rock trade, FHI out of San Diego, Calif. developed
"Real Reef" Live Rock. Real Reef is a trademarked patent
pending American aquacultured bio-active living reef aquarium
rock. Real Reef is a 100% environmentally friendly Live Rock
substitute. It is a clean calcium carbonate rock with great buffering
ability, shape, color and everything else you like in a great
live reef rock. Most Aquarists think it's better than the real
thing! It's time as a hobby and industry we start looking into
the future and protect this hobby we all love so much. Best of
all, there is no curing required, making it easy to use by all
Note: A small amount of rubble
may be present upon receipt of the box as this is normal and
is a result of transportation. The rubble can help to seed new
aquariums, or can be added to the refugium to establish hiding
places for copepods and other micro-fauna.