Aquascaping Lab - Aquarium Rocks: Dragon stone,Seiryu stone,Slate,Rainbow,Pagoda,Quartz,Sodalite
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SUBSCRIBE NOW ON YOUTUBE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/AquascapingLab FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AquascapingLab.info TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AquascapingLab INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/aquascapinglab/ aquascaping Lab by Tommaso Perini feat Serena Sacchi present a video tutorial on the rocks and stones compatible with aquarium, There are inert stone (no release of substances that affect the values of water) and those with release of carbonates (usually those of limestone, which increase the hardness of water). One of the easiest ways to know the extent limestone, if you do not know the characteristics of the rock, (because maybe taken near to river) is to put a drop of muriatic acid or simple limescale (Viakal) and observe the reaction: if form of bubbles or a "frying" means that the rock is limestone and increase the hardness of your water. This thing could also be desired by the presence of fish such as goldfish or cichlids that usually inhabit areas with high hardness. Before inserting any type of stone, sterilize them by washing under running water with brushes and boiling them for a few minutes. If you want to counter the hardness caused by carbonate, use a "allophone" fund. Rocks analyzed in the video: LAVA ROCKS: not affect the values of the water, very suitable for the infiltration of nitrifying bacteria., very light, and useful for the foothold of any plants such as Anubias or mosses. QUARTZ: does not affect the values of water, various grain sizes and colors, shiny effect, effect a bit synthetic. PEBBLES RIVER: affect the values of altering water hardness, various shapes and colors, smoothed by the passage of water. PAGODA: does not affect the values of water, brown and gray composed by non-heterogeneous layers, wood effect. SODALITI: silicate, that does not affect the values of water, pink, blue or yellow very shiny and bright, very eye-catching effect. SLATE: also called stone blackboard, does not affect the values of water, derived from fossilized sediments of silt, is located in slabs, steps of dark gray or black forming cusps and sharp corners. ROCK RAINBOW: sedimentary, not influence the values of water originating in the United States, red rose and white often with central holes, very bright and protagonists in general view. DRAGON STONE: Stone ADA does not affect the values of water,very elaborate, light brown with shades of red or green, very fashion and design at this time, attention, clean very well before listing because is full of earth and mud. SEIRYU STONE: as the Stone Mountain, Stone ADA are influencing the values slightly increasing the hardness of the water, very elegant and suitable for the so-called fittings Iwagumi gray reminiscent mountains. Very used by Takashi Amano. BRICKS, JARS, FAIENCE: not affect the values of the water, suitable for environments of possible reality in the beds of rivers, help the growth of beneficial bacteria in the cycle of nitrogen. ENGLISH: Aquascaping Lab is a channel dedicated to the world of aquariums, where you can find tutorials, reviews, tips and experiences shared by experts in the field of aquascapinga.The topics covered are: - Aquascaping in oriental design (Takashi Amano style), various habitats and fitting procedure illustrated by means of tutorials. Productions of marine aquariums, tropical and Mediterranean. - Description and sheets of fish crustaceans molluscs invertebrates and corals in saltwater and freshwater. - Description and data sheets of plants and mosses. - Review of technical material and products as Askoll Sera, Ehiem, Tetra, JBL, Friskies and others. - Tips and tricks for starting, cleaning and maintenance of an aquarium: sheets of the materials used. ITALIANO: Aquascaping Lab è un canale dedicato al mondo degli acquari dove potrete trovare tutorials, recensioni, consigli ed esperienze condivise da esperti nel campo dell'acquaristica. Gli argomenti trattati sono: - Aquascaping in design orientale (Takashi Amano style), vari biotopi e procedura di allestimenti illustrati per mezzo di tutorial. Allestimenti di acquari marini, tropicali e mediterranei. - Descrizione e schede tecniche di pesci crostacei molluschi invertebrati e coralli di acqua salata e dolce. - Descrizione e schede tecniche di piante e muschi. - Recensione su materiale tecnico e prodotti come askoll, sera, ehiem, tetra, Jbl, friskies e altri. - Trucchi e accorgimenti per l'avvio, la pulizia e la manutenzione di un acquario: schede tecniche sui materiali più usati.