Good old Ben Franklin is quoted as saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. That most certainly applies to...
Cloudy water can hit any aquarium at any stage, at any time. The causes are as plentiful as the solutions. Green (free-floating algae)...|
Milky white cloudy aquarium water is often just temporary. Poorly rinsed gravel in a new aquarium can cause white cloudiness. Restarting the filters after a...|
Getting rid of algae in aquariums is a multistep process which requires time. Resist using algaecides as they only cover up the symptoms...|
The water change is the most basic and essential part of . But can it harm or kill fish? Waste easily accumulates in...|
Most, if not all bad things that can happen within the fish tank are caused by chemical and/or biological imbalances of the aquarium...|
Did you ever look at your aquarium and notice that the pH levels were off, or that the nitrates skyrocketed over night? Not...|
Bacteria and viruses are usually always present in the aquarium water. Parasites or disease causing bacteria can either be dormant, or imported into...|
Anyone who has ever attempted to catch a fish in the aquarium knows this can be a challenging and frustrating task. It’s not...|
Nano is greek for dwarf and refers to small, compact aquariums not exceeding 30 gallons. Most common are 10 gallons or less. Nano...|
What are the effects of pH in the aquarium? High alkaline – a pH level of 5.5 or lower pH changes in the...|
Also see our post about ” here! The correct aquarium lighting depends on the individual set-up and the light requirements of the tanks...