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Help Guides

  1. How to clear green pond water
    Categories: PondsAlgae and Pests

    How to clear green pond water

    Green water is made up of millions of tiny algae cells all floating around in the water. They are green because of the chloroplasts inside them which photosynthesize and turn sunlight into energy. Just like plants.
  2. Aquarium cycling: How to cycle an aquarium
    Categories: AquariumsWater Quality

    Aquarium cycling: How to cycle an aquarium

    Cycling is the single most important phase that any aquarium goes through, making sure your water is safe to add fish. Here’s how to do it.
  3. How to Get Rid of Snails in an Aquarium - Complete Guide
    Categories: AquariumsAlgae and Pests

    How to Get Rid of Snails in an Aquarium - Complete Guide

    Snails are one of the most notorious pests in home aquariums, usually introduced on live plants. Read our helpful guide on how to control them.
  4. Aquarium CO2 - How to add CO2 to your aquarium
    Categories: AquariumsAquascapingEquipment

    Aquarium CO2 - How to add CO2 to your aquarium

    Carbon Dioxide is fundamental to all plant growth, as carbon is a building block of life. Use it in your aquarium and your plants will thrive.
  5. How to plant aquarium plants
    Categories: AquariumsAquascaping

    How to plant aquarium plants

    Aquarium plants can be bought in many forms, and all need preparing and planting in a slightly different way. Read inside to learn how to plant them.
  6. Aquarium nitrate removers - how to get nitrates down in an aquarium
    Categories: AquariumsWater Quality

    Aquarium nitrate removers - how to get nitrates down in an aquarium

    Nitrates are the end of product of an aquariums nitrogen cycle, and high nitrates fuel algae growth. Here are some quick and easy fixes to lower your nitrates.
  7. How to clean aquarium sand
    Categories: Aquariums

    How to clean aquarium sand

    Aquariums are great when they’re clean, but they need frequent maintenance to keep them that way. Sand gets dirty fast, read our guide on how to clean it.
  8. How to lower pH in your aquarium?
    Categories: AquariumsWater Quality

    How to lower pH in your aquarium?

    Fish have evolved over millions of years to suit specific types of freshwater. Give them water with a pH that is the same as in their natural habitat and they will thrive.
  9. Why do I have cloudy fish tank water? - The Complete Guide
    Categories: AquariumsWater Quality

    Why do I have cloudy fish tank water? - The Complete Guide

    The most common cause of cloudy water in new fish tanks is the gravel. When aquarium gravel and sand is brand new it will contain some dust.