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Aquarium Science: Freshwater, Brackish, & Saltwater Environment

Aquarium Science: Freshwater, Brackish, & Saltwater Environment

22/01/2018 0
Water chemistry can be a rather daunting topic even for a well-trained chemist. In this article, we will be discussing the basic sciences of a few relevant parameters in order to make you understand why housing your fishes and animals in the wrong environment can put their life in great danger...
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Pond & Garden Science: Grading Koi

Pond & Garden Science: Grading Koi

07/06/2017 0
Koi fish are regarded as some of the most expensive ornamental fish, but their price can vary greatly depending on their grades. It is important to note that any grading of Koi that follows no strict guideline is almost always highly subjective. A Koi that looks like a “premium” to me might very well look like a “standard” to you. As long as you are satisfied with your Koi, all Koi are of the highest quality...
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Pond & Garden Problem: Green Water

Pond & Garden Problem: Green Water

06/06/2017 0
Green water can be a very serious pond issue depending on the organisms that are causing it, but not all green water are dangerous. Unlike plants which need a constant supply of energy to support their multibillion-cells tissue function, algae operate at the microscopic scale. A little spike in ammonium and nitrate for a prolonged period of time can lead to significant algae growth while it might not contribute much to regular plant growth...
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Fish Care: Japanese Koi

Fish Care: Japanese Koi

05/06/2017 0
The Japanese Koi has some of the most impressive body patterns and colorations among all ornamental fish. Blends of colors and patches are distributed randomly throughout their body forming pieces after pieces of magnificent artwork, making them great display fish for any ponds. The name ‘Koi’ is directly translated to carp in Japanese. It is native to Eastern Europe and Persia but was later introduced to Europe, North & South America, and Asia as food...
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