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  • Ways to Keep a Planted Tank “Pristine”

    Ways to Keep a Planted Tank “Pristine”

    Written By: Chris (@shrimpery)   Gorgeous planted aquariums aren’t hard to find online, but a few stand out more than others. You know it when you see it: nearly every aquarium plant leaf looks crisp, fresh, vibrant, and healthy; for a...

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  • Aquascaper's Guide to an Algae-Free Tank

    Aquascaper's Guide to an Algae-Free Tank

    Written by: Gracie Mandel and Team Buce Plant   Algae, (or as some of our British friends pronounce it “Al-Guee”), is a pain that almost every aquascaper or aquarium-keeper in the hobby will experience at one point. You invest your...

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  • How to Quarantine New Aquarium Plants

    How to Quarantine New Aquarium Plants

    There are potential pests, pesticides, algae, etc. that could be transferred into the aquarium through new plants. You should always quarantine new aquatic plants before adding them to avoid the death of your beloved, yet sensitive fish or shrimp. Here are the different methods to ensure that they’re safe to be added to your tank.
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  • Top 5 Algae Eaters for a Planted Aquarium

    Top 5 Algae Eaters for a Planted Aquarium

    Written by: Tammy (@aquarist_tl) and Team Buce Plant   One thing many aquarium owners can relate to is our efforts in keeping algae out of the planted tank. During aquarium maintenance, there usually exists a step or two in the process...

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  • 6 Easy Steps to Bleach Dip Aquarium Plants

    6 Easy Steps to Bleach Dip Aquarium Plants

    Written by: Bryson and Team Buce Plant     There are reasons why many of us aquarists choose to buy tissue culture plants: no snails, no algae, an abundance of healthy plants. However, buying tissue culture plants every time isn't a luxury that...

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