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  1. Interview With Rachel O'leary Aka Msjinkzd

    The best way to learn a new hobby is by getting knowledge and information from those that are experienced in the hobby. I recently had the chance...
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  2. Tips And Tricks For Dutch Style Aquascaping

    Tips and Tricks for Dutch Style Aquascaping This article explains some of the rules and techniques of traditional Dutch style aquascaping. It’s...
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  3. How To Build An Easily Removable Moss Wall

    Step by step with pictures and text
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  4. Light In Planted Tanks

    The purpose of this article is to touch upon some of the less discussed aspects of lighting in planted tanks.
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  5. Ei Light: For Those Less Techy Folks

    The Estimative Index (EI) is a straight forward method for providing nutrients for a planted tank. The idea behind EI is simply introducing a non...
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  6. Oxygen in the Planted Aquarium - Volume 2, Issue 2 - February 2006

    While many may not consider oxygen a nutrient, its role is often overlooked in planted aquariums. While terrestrial systems are seldom ever...
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  7. Methods for Filtration in Planted Aquariums - Volume 2, Issue 9 - September 2006

    Considerable debate in the last 25 years has revolved around filtration of planted aquariums. This is understandable due to the livestock and...
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  8. Co2/ph/kh Table

    Measure your KH, then see how much you need to reduce the pH to get your target CO2 ppm.
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  9. Dual Venturi Diy External Co2 Reactor

    This co2 reactor costs about 20$ due to using Clear PVC housing, you can use solid 2" pipe if you wish.
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  10. Ada Aqua Soil™ And Power Sand™ Analysis - Volume 5, Issue 1

    Introduction: Most aquarists only test the water column for nutrients for aquatic planted aquariums. Rarely, (if ever) do we look at testing the...
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  11. Analysis of Liquid Fertilizers: the ADA Brighty Series™

    Introduction This month’s Barr Report test and measures the concentrations of various nutrients in Aqua Design Amano’s product line. Nutrient...
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  12. Dissolved Inorganic Carbon (DIC) - Volume 1, Issue 4 - April 2005

    Introduction Carbon is required for life on Earth, including life in aquatic ecosystems (Rheinheimer 1992). All living organisms need carbon as a...
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  13. Enzymes and Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 1, Issue 2 - February 2005

    Introduction Enzymes are proteins (Most are proteins with an exception of a small group of catalytic RNA molecules (Lehninger 2005)). Like other...
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  14. Phosphorus’ Role in Aquatic Macrophyte Horticulture - Volume 2, Issue 1 - January 2006

    Introduction Phosphorus is perhaps one of the most contentious elements in aquatic biology. It has numerous forms and this has caused some...
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  15. Nitrogen Cycling in Planted Aquariums - Volume 1, Issue 6 - June 2005

    Introduction Nitrogen plays perhaps the next largest role in submersed aquatic plant health and growth after light and Carbon. Nitrogen is...
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  16. Dissolved, Particulate and Microbial Biomass Organic Carbon - Volume 1, Issue 5 - May 2005

    Introduction Callitriches and Cabomba in a fast flowing stream in central California. Summary • Carbon cycled reviewed • What are POC, MBC and...
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  17. Potassium dynamics in Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 1, Issue 9 - September 2005

    Introduction Potassium (K+) is the third major essential plant nutrient along with Nitrogen (N) and Phosphorus (P) and often fertilizers list the...
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  18. ADA Aqua Soil™ and Power Sand™ Analysis - Volume 5, Issue 1

    Introduction Most aquarists only test the water column for nutrients for aquatic planted aquariums. Rarely, (if ever) do we look at testing the...
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  19. An Analysis of Sediments - Volume 3, Issue 6

    Introduction An Analysis of Sediments, Growth and Water Column Nutrient Concentration Breakdown ADA Product Line and other sediments, Part 1....
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  20. Iron and Manganese’s Role in Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 2, Issue 4 - April 2006

    Baron Justus von Liebig in the mid 19th century showed that iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) are essential trace metals required for plant growth....
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  21. Diatoms (Bacillariophyta) and Aquatic Macrophytes - Volume 3, Issue 4

    Introduction Diatoms rarely become nuisances in freshwater planted aquariums or marine planted systems. They are generally present at noxious...
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  22. Mineral Nutrition (Part 2) - Volume 1, Issue 8 - August 2005

    Provided below are sets of tables and some further discussion in terms of Nitrogen and Phosphorus ratios found in aquatic plants. The purpose is...
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  23. Methods to supply nutrients to aquatic plants - Volume 2, Issue 8 - August 2006

    Previous reports have addressed various nutrients and their roles in plant uptake, metabolism, enzymatic adaptations, physiology and cycling. This...
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  24. Magnesium’s role in aquatic macrophyte nutrition - Volume 1, Issue 12 - December 2005

    Magnesium was shown to be an essential nutrient for plant growth in 1839 by Carl Sprengel. Magnesium is absorbed by plants as the divalent cation...
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  25. Aquatic Plant Life, Unifying Principles - Volume 1, Issue 1 - January 2005

    Evolution: Theodosius Dobzhansky (1900-1975) said “Nothing in biology makes sense except in light of Evolution.”1 Aquatic macrophytes 2 possess a...
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  26. Aquatic Fungi: Decomposition of plant biomass - Volume 3, Issue 1 - January 2007

    Is this fish, A adonis considered a “Shredder”? Yes! Wood gnawing plecos increase the rate of decomposition of driftwood by allowing the fungi...
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  27. Sodium and chloride’s impact on aquatic macrophytes - Volume 2, Issue 7 - July 2006

    We have all seen salt, sodium chloride (NaCl). We know that the sodium and chloride ions which form salt have completely different physical and...
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  28. Nitrogen Cycling in Planted Aquariums - Volume 1, Issue 6 - June 2005

    Nitrogen plays perhaps the next largest role in submersed aquatic plant health and growth after light and Carbon. Nitrogen is important as a macro...
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  29. Boron and Molybdenum’s Role In Plants - Volume 2, Issue 6 - June 2006

    All vascular plants require boron (represented by “B” on the periodic chemical chart) (Augsten and Eichhorn, 1976; Dugger, 1983; Loomis and Durst,...
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  30. Light and Photosynthesis - Volume 1, Issue 3 - March 2005

    Solar radiation is the major energy source to the aquatic environment. The productivity and internal metabolism are driven and controlled by...
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