Monthly Archives: March 2019

Carbon Dioxide Tip Sheet

Aquarium Blog Post

Carbon dioxide is essential to plants. It does not easily dissolve in water, and therefore can be a limiting factor in aquarium plant growth. As a rule, fast-growing plants will require more carbon dioxide, as well as more light, than slower-growing varieties. Among the best selections for tanks without carbon dioxide injection are Anubias, Cryptocoryne, […]

Planted Aquariums: Quick Tips for Success

Aquarium Blog Post

By John Tullock People are too busy to pay attention to long explanations these days, so I have created some bullet points that will help customers achieve success in growing freshwater plants. This list assumes the eventual plan is to include fish. The intention is to anticipate the most often asked questions, and make the […]