Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Tom Barr delves into the finer points of the Light Limited Planted Aquarium, showing how increased CO2 and less light can be used quite effectively to keep a moderate-growing aquarium with little algae. Bonus video: Tom poking around some local waterways, pointing out possible aquarium and terrarium plants.
Subject Tags: Plants, Plant Husbandry, Lighting
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