Healthy plants means less algae
It is NOT possible to grow carpeting plants in the easy aquascape
Which three of the following will NOT increase co2 availability to plants?
More fish stocking
Select the one CORRECT answer "Sloping the substrate towards the back of the tank is useful because..."
...it gives the illusion that the floor area is bigger
...taller plants towards the back need deeper substrate
...it means that detritus collects at the front of the aquarium
Select the one CORRECT ending; "Plants in the rhizome category..."
...should be planted into a rich substrate
...generally need high light levels
... are generally fast growing
...can be propagated by splitting the rhizome
What are the three things required for plant growth?
Which of these is needed in the LOWEST quantities in the planted aquarium?
If an aquarium is heavily stocked with fish, what does this mean for fertilisation requirements?
More fish means more micro and less macro fertiliser required
More fish means more macro and less micro fertiliser required
Fish stocking does not influence fertiliser dosing
Pick three plants from the list below which would be categorised as rosette plants
Select the one INCORRECT ending; "Substrates with a high Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC)..."
...are often made of fired clay
...can take nutrients from the water column and make then available to the plant roots
...must always be capped with inert sand or gravel
...are effective when combined with a nutrient rich base layer
...are best used when setting up a new scape, root tabs offer an alternative for existing setups
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