Amano's Nature Aquarium World books - they are quite expensive at about twenty pounds but they're well worth it IMO from aqua essentials. there's also the IAPC books that are okay, but not as good from the green machine. apart from that, i've heard good things about the aqua journalsNick16 said:yeah, instead i might buy a few books on planted aquariums. anyone know any good ones, that arent to costly? and where to get them.
Could'nt agree more George, a few weeks ago i almost bought a couple of books about planted aquariums, then noticed that one of them was published about 7 years ago! Decided to save my pennies and stick to PFK as a subscriber,the fact that some of the guys on here contribute some excellent articles to the mag is a bonus The great thing about this forum is that you find people of all ages and levels of experience, and at the end of the day you really can't beat that experienceGeorge Farmer said:I like PFK, as a hobbyist who is interested in all aspects of fishkeeping.
Most of the info in books are outdated regarding the newer 'hi-tech' plant growing techniques i.e nutrient/CO2 dosing, flow etc.