fish tank wood is a simple piece of wood mainly used to maintain the ecological system inside the tank and for decoration purposes.
In 1832, the first fish tank wood was used by a French naturalist, A.V power, which is widely used nowadays.
Types of aquaculture woods?
Typically, every plant wood is not suitable for fish tanks, but a few kinds of wood are ideal for tanks and fish, such as the Anubis plant, moss plant, fern plant, etc. Bogwood is ideal for decorating any aqua tank because this wood has been preserved for an extendedperiodunder anaerobic conditions. Also, it’s readily available on the market now.
How to Use?
First, collect a well naturally structured wood piece, then wash with distilled water properly after that preserve. After preserving the wood piece in the distilled water for two to three weeks, keep it in a naturally colled area for drying. Then set up the wood piece in the fish tank correctly.
How to use it in the aquarium?
First, select a highlighted area inside the tank, then set up a white sand layer, or anyone can usually place it over there, even; even more, instead of white sand, anyone can use coloring stones as a base and then put the wood piece over there. But keep in mind that the tank should be cleaned every month. Otherwise,the tank will be filthy, and the aquarium shouldn’t be presentable.First, collect a well naturally structured wood piece, wash it with distilled water; then,preserve thewoodpiece in the distilled water for two to three weeks, and then keep it in a naturally cold area for drying. Then set up the wood piece in the fish tank correctly.