- Fish Tank & Seed Sprouter: The fish waste fertilizes the plants, and the plants clean the water for fish.
- Self Cleaning System: Plants consume fish dung as nutrients, so the tank requires 50% fewer cleanings than traditional fish tanks.
- Siphon Oxygen Supply: The water level of the tank is tidal-like fluctuation, and the roots of the plants can breathe regularly, no need watering or fertilizing. Meanwhile a natural oxygen supply is brought to the fish.
- Educational Product: Use the system at home or in a classroom. Let kids learn germination and teach concepts like food sustainability, aquatic environments, and animal care.
- Great Gift: A wonderful gift for kids, parents, teachers, foodies and gardening lovers.
The kit is a mini symbiosis system composed of fish, plants and microbes.
Microbes decompose fish dung, plants absorb nutrients and clean the water for fish.
A Seed Sprouter & Hydroponics Growing System
You can sprout multiple types of seeds in the tray, enjoy healthy vegetable for salads, sandwiches and soups.
Also you can use it as a hydroponics growing system for plants and flowers.
Self Cleaning System
The hydroponic filtration system cycles the dirty water from the tank to the roots of plants, plants use it as nutrients.
So the tank requires 50% fewer cleanings than traditional fish tanks!
Even when it’s necessary to clean, the U-shaped base makes it easy.
Siphon Oxygen Supply
Through the automatic siphon design, the water level of the tank is tidal-like fluctuation, and the roots of the plants can breathe regularly, no need watering or fertilizing.
A natural oxygen supply cycles in 2 minutes, bringing a natural experience to the fish.
Material: multiple plastics as PP/PC/ABS
Product size: 12.2″*7.7″* 11.0″/ 31cm*19.5cm*28cm
Package include: Fish Tank, Seed Sprouter Tray, Pump, Filtering Sponge, Pea Seeds, Ceramsite, User Manual.
1. Suitable for 2~3-inch-long fish. Shorter fish may be sucked by the pump—unless you put a decoration in front of the pump.
2. Don’t grow sprouts with spicy taste or toxic ingredients, which may cause the fish to die.
3. Don’t use fresh tap water. Just set up the tank and let it run for a couple of days before putting fish in.
4. Fill water 2/3 of the tank to eliminate the trickling sound of water at night.