Planted Aquarium Articles
Over the years I have learned some trick and tips that I find useful. I will write articles on these tips to share them with you. I write these articles to share with you what I have learned. Most of them come from plenty of trial, error, and time. I also do some DIY here and there and I plan to share them with you as well. The goal is to offer you some ideas on how to get the most out of your ideas.
|Emersed Hemianthus Callitrichoides (HC) and Hairgrass
Emersed Hemianthus Callitrichoides (HC) and Hairgrass growing in a bed of Dwarf Riccia. See some pictures of the results and how I accidentally created the situation.
|How To - Build an ADA Style Aquarium Stand
Here I will go through the steps I went through to create this ADA style aquarium stand. It took me about 40 hours to build this ADA style aquarium stand.
|How to - Make a Light Stand with Electrical Conduit
An inexpensive, yet effective and somewhat elegant way to hang a pendant is from a light stand made of electrical conduit. Electrical conduit is super cheap, easy to work with, can be painted and is quite sturdy.
|How to - Make an ADA Style Light Stand with Stainless Steel
I recently picked up an ADA 75p. It was time to get back to work and create another ADA Style Aquarium Stand and light stand. I decided to make an attempt at creating an ADA style light stand with stainless steel.
|How To - Secure Dwarf Riccia
Riccia is really a great plant to use in the planted aquarium, however, as most of us know, riccia also difficult to use because it is a floating plant. If riccia is fastened correctly you can see how powerful a statement it creates within your planted tank idea.
|Planted Aquarium Photography with a Point and Shoot Camera
Planted Aquarium Photography with a Point and Shoot Camera. How to capture your layouts with a photograph that conveys our hard work, creativity, and skills.
|Your First Steps to a Successful Planted Aquarium!!
With the help of DVAGA and GWAPA, I put together this tri-fold pamphlet that you can use for your own club or give to local fish stores to help educate other hobbyist about planted aquariums. Feel free to download the zip file that will contain the Microsoft Publisher File.
If you find this as helpful as a book you might have had to buy or a workshop you may have had to take, feel free to Help me continue helping everyone.