I wrote this Ebook a while back and offer it to hobbyists free of charge. It answer the main questions I am asked regarding planted aquariums contains ten pages of information from substrates, lighting, fertilisers, water changes, lighting, plants etc
Free to download below and something you can read whilst having a cup of tea
A Comprehensive Guide To Planted Aquariums Ebook.
Medication in planted aquariums is a 2 step process. The first one is the hardest, correct diagnosis. Before you diagnose, make sure you do your research and be sure that the medication you are investing in is the right one for your fish. No point in finding out later on that the treatment doesn’t seem to be working for you – that’s because you have mis-diagnosed.
The second part is to ensure you medicate as quickly as possible. Don’t skimp and choose economy post. You need Express Delivery so that you can begin treatment as soon as possible.
This option is available at the check out and all of our fish medication can be found here.
We’ve been a big fan of Aquafleur plants for a long time now. Not only are they great value for money, but they’re darn good growers of plants too. I knew they were a pretty extensive organisation and they’ve recently produced a video that is well worth a watch. Now I know you’re busy, but it’s only 4 minutes long and is a super watch detailing their premises and the plants they grow along with how they grow them.
It’s fascinating to see how some plants are sprayed really intensively (you wouldn’t want to be stood under it when it happens) and others are sprayed for less than 1 second. I wonder how they know this and what the time is from spray to spray. Do you know – if so let me know!?
Anyway, you can see their video by clicking here and then clicking their video on the top right of the screen.
I would love to hear your thoughts on it and don’t forget our range of Aquafleur plants can be found by Potted Plants.