For the Berlin method of marine filtration to work your tank needs to adhere to certain rules. You should typically use 1 to 2 pounds of live rock to every 4 litres of water in your aquarium.
You will need to make sure you feed your live rock correctly in order for it to maintain stress free and thus working effective as your tanks filter. Feeding will differ depending on what type of live rock you are using as your filter.
With improving technology and a better understanding of what is required hard corals are getting easier to keep in a home aquarium. Hard corals are a lot more colourful then soft corals. They get there name due to the fact that they have a hard skeleton…
I’ve just read that title back and it is somewhat ambiguous. Just to make myself perfectly clear – We have NOT got Aerosmith playing in the aquatic centre this weekend. (although that would be awesome) Joe Perry will not even be playing a unplugged acoustic session in the curing house.
No – What I’m referring to when say Live Rock is skeleton coral.
Perry’s Aquatic Centre Now Culture Phytoplankton In-store. Phytoplankton are at the very bottom of the food chain and are consumed by the largest, the majestic blue whale. They are too small to be individually seen with the naked eye. However, when present in high enough numbers, they may appear as a green discoloration in the […]