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Maintaining Shade-Loving Plants in the Nature Aquarium
The genius of the planted aquascape discusses the upkeep of ferns, mosses, and other ...
November 2007 by Takashi Amano
The Mud King: Echinodorus cordifolius
A look at the different varieties of Echinodorus cordifolius, a large-growing focal point for ...
October 2007 by Phillip Brown
Trimming to Refine the Nature Aquarium
The planted tank virtuoso shares his method for trimming plants in the Nature Aquarium to both ...
October 2007 by Takashi Amano
Amano Proper CO2 Injection for Light-Loving Plants in the Nature Aquarium
The celebrated aquatic plant maestro shares his techniques for using CO2 to obtain optimal ...
September 2007 by Takashi Amano
AMANO T 0807 A Long-Term Layout for the Nature Aquarium
The master of the planted aquascape discusses ways to keep the Nature Aquarium healthy and ...
August 2007 by Takashi Amano
Natural Composition in the Nature Aquarium
A discussion of the selection and placement of rocks, driftwood, and plants to create a natural ...
July 2007 by Takashi Amano
Lotus for Your Koi Pond
Pond plants can be challenging to keep with koi, but lotus are attractive plants that will ...
July 2007 by Larry Nau
AMANO 0607 Mastering Substrate in the Nature Aquarium
The aquatic plant layout master explains the key role of substrate composition in the long-term ...
June 2007 by Takashi Amano
Article Amano June 2007 02 Maintaining the Nature Aquarium
Plant trimming and algae control are two of the main keys to keeping the Nature Aquarium layout ...
May 2007 by Takashi Amano
AMANO 0407 Fertilizers in the Nature Aquarium
Liquid fertilizers and nutritive substrates are essential to growing healthy and beautiful ...
April 2007 by Takashi Amano
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