Posts Tagged ‘tank personality’
Once you are clear on your tank personality, here’s how to use it to make decisions about your saltwater tank
In part one of my video series for saltwater tank newbies, I discuss the context for your tank and how I use tank personalities when I’m consulting on a tank build for clients.
2012 has proved to be a up and down year for my 235g tank. After a rocky start that included a neglected rental house, a marine velvet outbreak and my tank was restarted in May and has been running successfully …Read more
Not every relationship goes smoothly, but they don’t have to end in a fight.
You would think something like super glue can’t be improved upon. Super glue is super glue is super glue right?
Not according to EcoTech Marine. They claim their glue works better than other super glue and to find out the …Read more
Every spring in Denver Colorado, a unique marine aquarium trade show takes place called “Reef Stock”.
This year, I was there to bring you the inside scoop on what makes the show so unique and check out some hot new …Read more
Nitrates can kill every fish and coral you have in your tank if they aren’t kept in check.
The good news is that keeping them in check requires patience and using several nitrate reducing tools that I cover in this …Read more
Keeping corals is one of the best reasons to have a saltwater tank. They are pretty, relaxing and can provide a decent side income if you know what you are doing.
When it’s time to give your tank a nip/tuck …Read more