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Phosphates in the Aquarium

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 26, 2014
Phosphates (PO4) are present in every aquarium, even though many aquarium owners aren’t aware that they are there. If the aquarium is not properly maintained, the phosphate levels will continually rise and contribute to algae growth. Testing for phosphates, and learning about the sources of phosphate in your aquairum water will help you combat their […]
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Snail Control in Planted Aquarium

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 25, 2014
Are you fed up with runaway snail populations? Try Assassin Snails . Clea Helena feeds on worms and gastropods, and is often known as the “assassin snail” for its habit of eating other snails. These snails will often feed on larger snails, often burying themselves and ambushing their prey. Feeding: In the aquarium they are […]
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How much CO2 in Planted Aquarium?

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 25, 2014
When injecting CO2 into a planted aquarium, it is important to know how much CO2 is actually getting dissolved. Otherwise, this is like driving without knowing your speed; one day, you’ll hit the ditch. But what is the right amount of CO2 and what are the consequences when CO2 is too high or too low? […]
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Beginner’s Guide to CO2 Injection in the Planted Tank

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 25, 2014
DIY? Pressurized? Inline Reactor? Needlevalve? Yeast Generator?  What does it all mean? If you have recently started a freshwater planted tank, you may be interested in CO2 injection.  This article will cover the basics of CO2 injection methodologies and setup.  It won’t delve deep into any one of them, but it will help you become familiar with […]
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The Importance of CO2 in the Planted Aquarium

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 25, 2014
The Importance of CO2 in the Planted Aquarium Post Courtesy # Aquascaping Love Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the most important nutrients plants need in order to grow. Carbon is the one fundamental element that stands at the base of all life on Earth, underwater world included. Find out how the presence of CO2 […]
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Do’s and Don’ts of Water Changes in the Planted Aquarium

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 25, 2014
Do change 30-50% of the aquarium’s water every 1-2 weeks. This is variable based on fish load and filtration, but not on the aquarium’s size. From 50 Ltrs to 200 Ltrs, 30-50% is a good rule of thumb. This removes all the toxins and excess nutrients that build up in the water. Don’t rely on […]
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