Covering the back wall of your aquarium with moss or plants can be quite a challenge. Here we show you how to do this...
Which plant food does plants grow best with? This blog provides more information about different types of plant food.
The energy consumption of an aquarium can unknowingly leave a reasonable mark on the energy consumption in the home. As energy prices continue to rise, we are becoming increasingly aware of our consumption. Saving has never been such a hot item and suddenly saving on energy pays off more than ever! To save energy on the aquarium, we give 10 tips here
Are limescale stones suitable for use in the aquarium? And which type of stone does not influence the water values? In this blog an overview of different stones and their properties.
Thread algae belongs to a green algae species and manifests itself in the aquarium as long threads that can be up to 50 cm long. Thread algae comes in many appearances. It is sometimes said that "thread algae are a sign of good water quality". That is a killer and incorrect. Obviously it is a sign of imbalance.
Bearded algae and Brush algae that we encounter in the aquarium belong to the red algae. The color under water varies from dark green, gray and black. When these algae are placed in alcohol, they turn red. The name red algae is therefore easy to understand, but is it Beard Algae and Brush Algae?