Tag Archives: aquascaping
Here is a video about the changes I made to the downstairs 75-gallon aquarium several months ago. Again, this is old footage that I had misplaced. I will be doing more recent update videos on these tanks.
Here is the second part to the video set on using botanicals to infuse tannins into an aquarium. Tannins are an important part of a soft water, black water aquarium. Fish from these habitat really thrive in tannin-rich water. They … Continue reading
Here is part 7 in the planted tank series, which will be the last episode for a few months. At this point I am doing regular maintenance and waiting for the plants to grow. Eventually I will add some more … Continue reading
I had intended to try to cover filtration, lighting and CO2 all in one video, but it would have been too long. Here is an episode on filtration. You will hear me describe a new product my Boyd Enterprises… ChemiPure … Continue reading
Here is the follow up video that shows the planting of the level-bottom aquarium in the fish room. The plants for this tank are all Tropica 1-2-Grow! tissue culture stem plants.
Here is a look at the other tank that I am working on in this planted tank project. I apologize up front for the messed up footage of attaching suction cups to the piece of wood, but it is a … Continue reading
The second part in this series on planted aquariums will focus on installing the soil substrate, the sand cap and the hardscape in the tank that will have a contoured bottom. The tank that appears in the video is located … Continue reading
I am finally getting around to working on a few of the display tanks that are coming back home since closing the warehouse. I decided to tear all the planted tanks down completely and start over with new substrates. One … Continue reading