- Jun 26, 2017
- Dave Awanti D
I put my hand on the dry side and I felt nothing. The driver was still lit up and looked like it was working fine, just to make sure I swapped the wet sides of the two MP10w to see if it was the issue and nope, I figured I was not that lucky. Just to eliminate options I swapped the two dry sides to see if there was a problem with the driver, both drivers seem to be working fine. I moved it back it was clear to me that the dry side of the wave maker had seen better days and was a goner.
I put my hand on the dry side and I felt nothing. The driver was stillRead More
- Oct 14, 2016
- Hugh Howie
The goal of every planted tank is to minimize algae growth, while maximizing plant growth, while providing an ideal environment for the inhabitants. Unfortunately this balance is far from simple in more ways than one; too much light leads to too much algae; not enough light and plant growth slows; and the cycle of checks and balance go on and on.
The Walstad Method, the one employed in "The 100 USD tank", is one which was created in an effort to remove, or at least minimize, this check and balance process. It is completed by attempting to balance the needs of both plants aRead More