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To flourish, freshwater aquatic plants need a good source of light and an extensive palette of nutrients. For the latter, there must be some sort of planted tank substrate, and preferable a soil type (more on that below), that would best suffice as a source of food for your aquarium.
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If you have a fish, you might wonder about DIY aquarium substrate. This substance is the bottom layer of your tank and often consists of gravel, rocks, or sand. Adding substrate to a fish's home allows your piscine pet to burrow in it and hunt for his food, making his tank life that much more fun.
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Various tasks -- from planting to installing a mail post -- require digging through dirt. Unfortunately, not all soil is soft and easy to dig. Digging through hard dirt and roots can be a difficult process when using normal gardening tools.
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Having a beautiful carpet plant in your aquarium is a must if you're aiming for a professional-looking aquascape. Consider this post as your ultimate cheat sheet for dwarf hairgrass care.
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Discover two of the best substrates for aquarium. In this Fluval Stratum vs Eco Complete comparsion you shall learn about both of them in details.
In an aquarium, building a lovely carpet of plants can replicate huge open fields, provide feed, offer shelter for shrimp, and have a special attraction for aquarists.
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Can you use normal soil in an aquarium? A good substrate can make a huge difference to the results you get with your live plants in your aquarium. Using soil straight from the garden isn’t a good recommendation because it isn’t organic, and non-organic soil can kill your fish. However, with the right steps, you can create your aquarium soil substrate.
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If you want a beautiful terrarium, start with a good base of soil layers. That way, you will maintain your plants in perfect condition for a long time. Here's how!
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Read on to learn why aquarium plants need to be anchored and the different methods in how to do this.
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