ADA AQUASCAPING WORKSHOP WITH DAICHI ARAKI AT GREEN AQUA – INTRODUCING THE AQUASKY RGB

ADA AQUASCAPING WORKSHOP WITH DAICHI ARAKI AT GREEN AQUA – INTRODUCING THE AQUASKY RGB


Welcome to the beautiful world of aquascaping! Welcome to the Green Aqua Gallery! [Applause] Yeah! [Applause] We are having an ADA workshop at Green Aqua! So ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, let me call to the stage the star of the day, Daichi Araki! And also, we have another guest here, and he’s none other, than Deputy Director of ADA, Mr. Yoshinori Kondo! Araki san is going to do the workshop. He is the youngest suikei creator at ADA. Suikei creator means layout creator, yeah? [Araki san] Yeah, aquascaper! [Balazs] Aquascaper. [Araki san] Yes! [Balazs] He is probably the last generation, that learned from Mr. Amano himself. [Araki san] In 2015, he created a 40 meter long tank. The Florestas Submersas in Portugal. Now I think it’s really beautiful, but we had many problems in the beginning – like algae. In the beginning, I couldn’t recover it, because 40 meters is huge. I couldn’t… I never did that, and I didn’t know everything. [Balazs] Now you know everything! Actually yes, actually yes! [Laughter] Mr. Amano called me every day, saying: “Make it better! Think about it yourself!” But he was not there, so that’s why I said “Okay”. “Okay, I understand.” Sure, sure! Hai, wakarimashita! Exactly! Yeah! [Balazs] The reason you are here, is when we visited the ADA Gallery, I was really inspired by one 60P tank. And I immediately said, that when you come to Green Aqua, I would like you, to make a similar tank here, in this. Araki san! [Balazs] Before we take the layout, I would like you to talk about the technology a little bit. [Araki san] Okay! This is a new cabinet. [Laughter] And this is a new light. [Laughter] Sounds good? Mr. Amano started this business about 30 years ago. We are taking over his spirit. Even in our course of product development, or like in our promotional activities. We want to move forward with the hobbyists, all of us. We developed this RGB light to show aquatic plants. Beautifully! For nature aquariums and aquascaping. It’s the same color as the Solar RGB, but it’s different from Aquasky G and Moon. Those are – I think – more yellowish, but this is more green. And the red color is also good. It’s not as strong as the Moon type. If you have too much light, you can get algae problems. So that’s why it’s reduced a little bit for like beginners and mid-level aquascapers. [Balazs] Let’s talk about the layout a little bit! [Araki san] Yeah, please! [Laughter] Let me explain the concept of the layout. The first concept is the epiphyte plants growing on the rocks, like that. Like an island. The Nature Aquarium’s main concept is to learn from nature, and to create nature. The second concept is… Ano (The)… PowerPoint? Hai (yes)! Sorry. Let me talk about the cabinet. Maybe… [Laughter] The second theme is Nature Aquarium in the interior. For me it’s important. Not to be too hard on maintenance. [Balazs] In the name of Green Aqua, thank you! [Laughter] [Balazs] Yesterday and today, you were arranging some wood in the warehouse of Green Aqua. And you made four different layouts. So this is my first hardscape. This is the second one, but very similar to the final one. I’m missing something here. So that’s why I added some more wood. I want to use a lighter, softer [impression] wood, so that’s why I prefer to use the branch wood. This is the main wood. I already tied a rock onto this, We don’t do this at ADA actually. But for this time, because this is gonna be on YouTube… He (Balazs) really wants me to do this shit, so that’s why! [Jurijs] I would like to know, why you don’t do this type of rock attaching with zip tie in Japan in the Gallery, and why you do it today. There must be a reason. We follow the traditional way, that’s it. And I don’t want to use artificial stuff. [Balazs] And you also don’t use glue. [Araki san] It’s also artificial, so it’s for the same reason. This time actually I already wrapped the moss and the Hygrophila Pinnatifida UK, which is the main plant of this layout. I use Moss Matt and cup – has no jelly, it’s just in water. First, we can wrap with big spaces. [Balazs] What happens if the moss is too thick? [Araki san] The lower part will die because of having no light and no water flow either. This is a Terra Tape, our product from DOOA. It can pull up water from inside the aquarium, so that’s you can make parts wet outside of the tank. [Mary] Everybody starts with pouring in the gravel. But you just start with the hardscape. This I find very rare and strange. It’s not strange actually. It depends on the layout. And this time, I’ll use soil and cosmetic sand. So that’s why. I want to make like a dam first, using stones. [Audience] Can I ask how do you choose the position for the moss? Do you have a philosophy? Almost the same as with ferns I think. I start from big points, like here. I use a lot of moss at the heavy points. When your eyes go outwards, there’s going to be less. [Balazs] Can you also explain to us the concept of a heavy point and weak point? What is it to you? Golden Ratio. So here is the center exactly, but I put the heavy point here. On the Golden Ratio. Today, I use Pinnatifida UK. UK stands for Uttara Kannada, which is a name of a village in India. And also for those of you, who do not know, we have, Green Aqua has ADA plants now. All these plants are coming from India. [Mary] I just wonder that what is your favorite plant? I really like the Nymphaea lotus, because it has a very heavy impression and a very good color. [Audience] If the mosses start to spread away, then it will cover the Pinnatifida. So what is your advice, to maintain the moss? I’m sure the Pinnatifida is growing faster than the moss. I don’t think the moss will cover the Pinnatifida. I think it’s even better for the roots of the Pinnatifida. How do you trim moss? The bottom part, the middle part and the upper part. [In that order.] If I start trimming at the upper part, the moss will fall down and cover the moss underneath. So it’s difficult to know, where I cut or not. [Balazs] Can you tell us how many Pinnatifida have you used? Seven cups I think. [Balazs] That’s a lot! Yeah, because I don’t pay, so… [Laughter] This part is the heavy point. I’m making space. I’m gonna plant many plants here, so that’s why I want to show more plants. I don’t arrange branches on the same line. Everything is on a different layer. So about the stone arrangement, I think it’s better to start from bigger. Bigger plants, bigger wood… Bigger stones. I’m arranging stones in a natural way. You should use many stones, I mean many different types. Mr. Amano always told me not to make a flower-bed, you understand. Even when we made that 40 meters tank, after we tried to do it, he said: “It’s boring.’ After finishing the arrangement of the stones, and we started planting or something, we were moving in the tank. We stepped on many stones and made the stones move. After that, Mr. Amano said: “It’s finally getting natural.” Don’t need to think about it so much. Just throw it in like this. Usually Mr. Amano didn’t explain things so much, he didn’t. So that’s why we just observed his work. [Balazs] What is your main idea behind placing these stones? I think I will try to make circles, but with a winding shape, not exact circles. I’ll make a wide line, to stop the soil. Today I’m gonna use La Plata sand, to make a brighter impression. So this is Power Sand, our product. We’re increasing the nutrition inside the soil. It’s also good for the water flow inside the soil. I made some space between the stones and the Power Sand. Can you see? It’s to keep nutrition from coming out into the water. Amazonia Version 2 has less turbidity, so that’s why it’s easy to set up. It also has less nutrition, so that’s why I enhance it with supplements. I’m pouring Amazonia Version 2 over the Power Sand and the supplement. I start from the heavy point. This part should have more Pinnatifida. I’m trying to follow the regular trend. Can I say it like that? I attach many Pinnatifida here, to the big places. For example here. The outside one is very small, to make it more balanced. The UK has more of a reddish color, than the normal one. Once you attach it to the wood, it will follow the shape of the wood. I will plant Anubias to the shadowed parts, because it’s strong in the shadowed parts. I don’t use Anubias nana, because the main plants of this layout is the Pinnatifida. So that’s why I think if I use Anubias, it’s too big, gives a too strong impression. How to plant the Anubias? It’s the same. It’s like moss – everything. Starting from the heavy point, it’s better to use the bigger ones. I see that you’re putting in Anubias, but is it attached already to wood, or lava or stone? Is it attached to something? I need to tell that, thank you. Yeah, it’s already attached to a stone, small stones. I start with the bigger ones, because this part is like a center of the portion. It should be big and the outside should be smaller, than the center. I hold it with my fingers. First, you can wrap it loosely. Vesicularia SP. is different than the Willow moss. This time I’ll only wrap them on stones. I’m gonna use the Terra Line from DOOA. This part has so many [stones], but this part has only one. Something like that, to make it random. Mr. Amano always said that nature should be random. [Balazs] While you are working, we have some online questions. Why should I not wash the soil, before I set up the tank? Oh, because it’s soil. He worries about turbidity, right? If during the setup you change the water, it’s gonna be over, so you don’t need to wash it. So the second question: What is your best memory of Takashi Amano? I’m in that 40 meters tank setup with Mr. Amano and I was in charge of the maintenance. In the beginning, I made him angry a lot. A lot. But for the opening ceremony, he came to Lisbon, and he said to me: “Good job!” That’s enough for me. Now I’m missing three more plants. It’s Eleocharis Vivipara, Cryptocoryne spiralis tiger and Hydrocotyle tripartita. Cryptocoryne spiralis tiger is the strongest out of those three. I’m gonna decide the place, where to plant the Cryptocoryne by a stick. Mr. Amano was doing it like that. That one is of course on the heavy point. [Balazs] Also, many people are divided between using moist on the soil before you plant, or just planting in dry soil. Oh! I’m sure it’s better to have it moist. When I plant at ADA, we fill the water until the same level as the soil. It makes the soil wet and easy to move. So first, I’m gonna plant the Hydrocotyle tripartita. My tweezers. I have my name on the tweezers. [Balazs] I think that Tripartita is also going to be a problem, because it’s gonna run everywhere. It’s fine, it’s fine. Should we go… [Laugter] I use grip-type tweezers for bigger plants, like Cryptocoryne, or something. I plant four pieces in the heavy point And two to each side, just to make the heavy point stronger. For all the remaining parts we will use Vivipara. I really want to use Vivipara. You know, I want to have plants, which make you feel the sway of the wind. I use only “tape-type” plants, like the Vivipara and the Cryptocoryne, for the background. Which means that I don’t use stem plants. So that’s why you don’t need to do big trimming. That’s why you can keep the good looks in your room, as an interior. So, everything is done! The biggest “weight of maintenance” is the Pinnatifida and the Vivipara. The Vivipara is the fastest grower. That’s why – in the beginning – you’ll need to trim it a lot. [Balazs] It will attract the eye too much, it’s gonna be too heavy in the background. [Araki san] Exactly! So that’s why you need to trim it – especially the upper part. [Balazs] Yes! [Araki san] To make it easier to see through. And also, if the Vivipara will gain too big of a volume, the water flow could get weak. If you keep less volume, you won’t get algae inside the aquarium. You swear? Yeah! [Laugther] I want to explain how to maintain the Pinnatifida. It’s like with ferns. It’s the same. If they gain too much volume, you’ll get a feeling of pressure, so you need to allow for a see-through. Thank you so much for being here! Let’s give a big applause to Araki san! So guys, if you did not subscribe to the Green Aqua YouTube channel, please do not forget to do that now! And hit that like button, if you like Araki san’s work! We’ll see you next week, right? Yeah! Yeah! [Laughter] Goodbye! Bye, cheers!

100 Comments

  • Bhaskar Jyoti Das

    February 13, 2020

    I feel very good, when Daichi Araki told about Hygrophila Finatifida – UK plant and mentioned the place name "Uttara Kannada" appropriately. This place is very near, where we are currently living…

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  • iam_RAMBY

    February 13, 2020

    Good job 🌱🌱👌👍👍

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  • Ed Staart

    February 13, 2020

    Ush

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  • coinage

    February 13, 2020

    Have you guys ever wanted to do a salt tank with corals? There is so much you can do with fresh but I am really super curious to see what you would do with corals and limits. That would be an amazing challenge.

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  • Nicholas Bandong

    February 13, 2020

    This was so amazing I had to watch it multiple times!

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  • Vinnce Wan

    February 13, 2020

    Can’t wait to see its future

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  • Ragnarok

    February 13, 2020

    Great scape, can't wait to see this tank mature.

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  • Agam Maulana Anas

    February 13, 2020

    I am very grateful for this time there is a translation of my language, I hope it will continue to be in every of your videos. You're the best green aqua 🔥🔥🔥

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  • young spy

    February 13, 2020

    It is so cool to watch some one who learned under Amano San!! Classic NA style. Love it

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  • Anderson Schütz

    February 13, 2020

    Love It! Thank you Green Aqua 😍😍😍😍

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  • A’Gannong 27

    February 13, 2020

    😍😍 keren banget
    🇮🇩🇮🇩

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  • Shrimp Tanks & Stuff

    February 13, 2020

    Beautiful Aquascape! Thanks for sharing. Love everything about it, but what intrigues me is the cabinet 😂 Cannot wait for an update sometime in the future 🙌

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  • ThatDirtedTank

    February 13, 2020

    Thanks for asking my question 🙂

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  • Justin Balkun

    February 13, 2020

    I want an ada track suit

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  • Gabriel Brens Jiménez

    February 13, 2020

    Wao, good vídeo brother., god bless you

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  • Iena Momo

    February 13, 2020

    I saw daichi araki, i press like. I dont need concrete reason

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  • Per Oxidia

    February 13, 2020

    Spasibo👍

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  • jonathan simon

    February 13, 2020

    Gracias por los bustitulos

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  • Creative rahul

    February 13, 2020

    Very exciting plants from India uk 😍

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  • Dev C

    February 13, 2020

    Green aqua,Thanks a lot for the video.

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  • abc xyz

    February 13, 2020

    Talented
    Funny
    Cute
    Beautiful

    What else to drive me more crazy about this guy

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  • Tuấn Nguyễn

    February 13, 2020

    Why not Việt Nam Sub hix hix

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  • Bruno Damasceno

    February 13, 2020

    Hello from Brazil. You are the best! Tank you guys!

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  • planted Tank.

    February 13, 2020

    We are very grateful to ada, they use hygrophila pinatafida, which found our country INDIA,,💐☺️

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  • peter lee

    February 13, 2020

    Hi sir my question is y u put stick's in the back….

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  • Khalid Alhay

    February 13, 2020

    amazing video as always green aqua .. wish i was there to learn more from araki san .. really good looking hardscape and i really liked that he used a lot of small stones that gives a little bit of gray color .. looking forward to see it in personal at fukada san event .. thank you green aqua!

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  • Andrew H

    February 13, 2020

    got goosebumps from this aquascape!

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  • fishtiti

    February 13, 2020

    That aquasky rgb looks so bulky, it distracts my eyes from the aquascape. And only 2400lumens for 400€? Come on Ada…
    As for the scape, nice NA style, thanks

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  • Stephen Scapes

    February 13, 2020

    Beautiful work, so natural and calming!

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  • Aldrin Taroy

    February 13, 2020

    Thank you again for sharing this! Love your videos and Daichi Araki is so talented! Beautiful scape and can't wait for it to mature 🙂

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  • Ross Hale

    February 13, 2020

    The force is strong with Mr Araki, thank you green aqua for bringing these fine scapers to our screens 👏👏

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  • The Addiction of aquascapes and the Bonsai junkies

    February 13, 2020

    Hi there how are you doing balaz.
    Damn good scape
    With low tech plants
    And good for beginners
    Just awesome
    And good luck.have a great day

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  • Avi J

    February 13, 2020

    What in the name of God ??… All these plants coming from Uttara Karnataka.. ?? Im native of Uttara Karnataka

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  • Dimen Gaming

    February 13, 2020

    This is awesome! Thanks made my hospital stay way more tolerable =) <3

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  • Attila Bánhidi

    February 13, 2020

    Minimal design,nagyon jó lett! A galériában jól mutatna egy nagy ,,Dutch style" akva.

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  • Marcel Pis

    February 13, 2020

    I can't wait to see that tank getting its plant full power, nice video guys, you are doing great work over there

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  • sajid ettol

    February 13, 2020

    PURE ADA TOUCH, WELL DONE

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  • Deeshank-FPV

    February 13, 2020

    Oh dam . That's news all plants come from India . I can't find any . It's rare to get ada plants in india 🙂

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  • Kalyankumar S

    February 13, 2020

    It is really grate scaping
    Looking super

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  • Адольф Зингельшухер

    February 13, 2020

    👍

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  • Darryl Moore

    February 13, 2020

    This was truly inspiring.

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  • Ionut Ungureanu

    February 13, 2020

    Top quality video and informations. Huge thank you Green Aqua Team👍👏👍👏

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  • HeRo

    February 13, 2020

    Everytime i learned a little something new. Or 2 or 3 ha ha. This was a great coaching by this young master. I was wondering how come we don't see women at this professional level. Very rare. Why do you think? Thanks again to the whole team.

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  • cijo mathew

    February 13, 2020

    It was really a great workshop…..Well done ….Love to see more….

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  • MentleGentlemen

    February 13, 2020

    I wish could be there, free aquascape education thanks green aqua!

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  • syahrul sy

    February 13, 2020

    I always waiting your video. I will watch every video you uploaded. Big fans of green aqua from indonesia.

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  • Aqua Garden

    February 13, 2020

    I really love this guy. He is so humble and "clean". Wishing you and him good fortune.

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  • DrawerFullofRocks

    February 13, 2020

    Thank you for sharing this workshop with the world. I'm grateful that all the way on New Mexico, U.S., I got the opportunity to be a part of something wonderful!

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  • Ryan Noel

    February 13, 2020

    I really enjoyed this workshop. I loved Araki's personality and sense of humor. I can't wait to see future updates on this tank. Oh and that stand and light! – Yowzers! That is some high design.

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  • MONA ANGELA

    February 13, 2020

    Thank you so much for the amazing video.🙏🙏 Its Always so inspirational to watch the Masters working.😊😘❤️

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  • Bep Bep

    February 13, 2020

    hotdog! that aquarium is tight, i love it!

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  • Lindonedhel

    February 13, 2020

    Shokunin… That's probably what Mr. Amano would say of this guy 🙂

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  • Fae Doyle

    February 14, 2020

    Oh just spectacular!!! He is so amazing!!!!

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  • Vinnie Judilla

    February 14, 2020

    👍🌿👍🌿👍

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  • Markus akwarystyka

    February 14, 2020

    ŁAPECZKA :)LIKE

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  • mgonzalez.88

    February 14, 2020

    What a master class from the guys at ADA, but man, that slammed white bimmer at 0:06 🔥

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  • ocelynx

    February 14, 2020

    Great video. Hope to see an update when the hygrophila pinnatifida fills in

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  • The Planted Tank

    February 14, 2020

    To have Mr. Amano say good job should be enough for any aquascaper. That would tear me up for sure. We lost that man too early. His spirit lives on in all of us. The hobby wouldn't be anything like it is today without him. May you rest in peace Master Takashi Amano… ❤🙏🙏

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  • 洪若彬

    February 14, 2020

    I really want to see how these plant grow up, I think it will be beautiful.
    But it is hard for me to maintain this tank.

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  • Clint Stockman

    February 14, 2020

    Awww just can sit back and watch tanks been designed all day long….. I really love the work you guys put in and explaining why and how things get done… Loved the tank ……keep the videos coming…..

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  • Diva Marta

    February 14, 2020

    invite heri rasio from indonesia please

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  • Gb J

    February 14, 2020

    👏👏👏 this tank is going to look awsome. Great lesson.
    Also 👏👏👏 for the video editing and story telling. I can see a lot of effort went into making the video a complete story and not just a quick demo video.

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  • bboycyphur

    February 14, 2020

    I appreciate that he doesn’t use glue or artificial means of creating a scape. Tying everything and letting hardscape rest naturally is so traditional and effective.

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  • Sounak's Aquatic & pets #Entertainment sports

    February 14, 2020

    Feeling happy to hear India ❤️

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  • Wes' Nature Projects

    February 14, 2020

    Is Florestas Submersas still set up?

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  • vastas haziq

    February 14, 2020

    Hi bro, you comment every one congratulation

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  • Jerome Lim

    February 14, 2020

    Excellent work, cant wait to see the matured look of this tank! 😍😍

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  • alis49281

    February 14, 2020

    I don't like lights that make orange plants red. There are no lights that simulate sunlight well except HQI that emit too much heat.

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  • David Reid

    February 14, 2020

    Another awesome video! Thanks for sharing the work of the best aquascapers.

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  • Steve Hung

    February 14, 2020

    Thank you for the video. This tank seems to be simple but complex at the same time. Daichi Aracki does take into consideration the longterm maintenance of the tank, but I would also question the use of Tripartita.

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  • World Aquarium Singapore

    February 14, 2020

    these aquascape tanks are so nice "D

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  • World Aquarium Singapore

    February 14, 2020

    these aquascape tanks are so nice "D

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  • Mark G

    February 14, 2020

    One of my favourite videos…what a humble cool guy. He does some amazing setups on the ADA channel also. True Nature style is and always will be my favourite style. Felt a bit emotional when he was talking about his favourite experience with Mr Amano. Once again amazing video from the Green Aqua crew👍👍

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  • Mike Inca

    February 14, 2020

    Great and very interesting video! Green Aqua always put out awesome videos! Daichi has a very bright future for himself in the world of aquascaping! Great job!

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  • Inês Silva

    February 14, 2020

    Hi all! That's my type of bright side 😍 Love it!

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  • Dani Balogh

    February 14, 2020

    Helló ha rendelek töletek növégyt akkor az kibir 2-3napot?

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  • Sannive

    February 14, 2020

    Exquisit layout on that tank!! But what are those tetras in the tank? I thought cardinals but I don't see any red .. ? Very beautiful however and would look good in my "Sunken Beast" tank here at home.

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  • Papi Chulo

    February 14, 2020

    Quick question: When I start a planted tank with aquasoil how do I prevent some soil getting on the plants and rocks after I fill the tank up with water? After a day or two the plants and rocks would have soil on them. Also, how do I know if my light is good enough?

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  • Alonso Gutierrez

    February 14, 2020

    Todo un lujo poder ver a un profesional de esa talla.Gracias por compartirlo.Videos así os llevan a otro nivel

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  • abdul barnes

    February 14, 2020

    Thank you green aqua for another dope video.

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  • Candyfloss

    February 14, 2020

    Please update us with the progress of the tank and growth!

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  • Gergely Répás

    February 14, 2020

    Sziasztok! Nagyon jó hangulatú videó lett, mint mindegyik. Csak egy tea kell és ezek a videók hétről hétre, jobban ellazítanak. Büszkeséggel tölt el, hogy nektek köszönhetően felkerültük az akvakertész térképre, ha szabad így fogalmazni. 😅 Évekkel ezelőtt, mikor először jártam nálatok, már akkor az ájulás szélére kerültem a látványtól. Itthon a szokásos guppis akvárium bugyborékolt, pár tő romlásban lévő valisneriaval és gagyi növényes háttérrel, nálatok meg ezek a csodák.😀 Olyan érzés volt utána hazamenni, mint egy Bentleyből visszahuppanni egy Trabiba. Főleg a kezdeti időszakok voltak viccesek, mikor Trabiból probáltam, Bentleyt csinálni……😅 Szerencsére nagyon sok dolgot tanultam tőletek és már megtehetem, hogy költök erre a csodálatos hobbira. Szóval hajrá hajrá, lassan itt a 200k! 💪🙂

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  • aquascaper29

    February 14, 2020

    I watched it two days later to be able to look forward to it for longer.

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  • Hobby Scape

    February 15, 2020

    Another awesome video! Love the stories, the humour, the advise and the inspiration from Mr Araki. He is truly an inspiration to everyone. Thanks for sharing as always.

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  • Ryan Kristianto

    February 15, 2020

    Hello Green Aqua, i have fissidens moss, and then they are going brown. How to bring back to make it green again? i was change water every 2x/week, but still going brown.
    My tank is:
    – 45x20x20 cm,
    – DIY Co2,
    – my room temp is 28°c
    – Canister filter
    – Lightning 36watt
    – Makro and mikro fertilizer
    – ordobachter every water change

    Please help me…

    Thankyou

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  • Ragul kumar

    February 15, 2020

    Nice workshop
    I have a doubt

    Can I use Prosopis juliflora wood in my aquarium

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  • Bentley Pascoe

    February 15, 2020

    Absolutely love the use of pinnatifida in this tank- inspiring and stunning work from the "young guy" on the ADA team.

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  • Majid N

    February 15, 2020

    👌👍😍

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  • Steph roth

    February 15, 2020

    Magnifique, l'esprit Amano est présent !!

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  • bataleon

    February 15, 2020

    So we're not gonna talk about the bagged e36 in the parking lot? @0:06 love it.

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  • zhang jing

    February 15, 2020

    Hi , i have a question, in your shop, all the tank use the RO water or normal water? thanks.

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  • 盗盗

    February 15, 2020

    居然有中文字幕了,好棒!Chinese subtitles are available, great!

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  • Sharad Suryawanshi

    February 15, 2020

    Amazing Aquascape, I am from India. But I didn't know that aquatic plants come from Uttarakhand. Really amazed but love Green Aqua by me

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  • AquaMoment

    February 16, 2020

    I have to scape a tank (120x40x50) and it's a very difficult situation,
    because it is inside a prison! what would be a good scape for people
    with a lot of stress.. it is a tank with "stone" background… should I
    keep the background or remove it? and what scape would be the best for
    them? I have realy no idea… I could ask them what they want, but everybody has his own ideas so… #difficult

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  • Fortnite Finesse

    February 16, 2020

    Do you need co2 for a planted aquarium?

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  • snow

    February 16, 2020

    Wow most plants Co. Ing from India but here in India its very difficult to find good quality plants… Except few states

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  • Mohamed Rashad

    February 16, 2020

    thank you green aqua

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  • Wayne Kruger

    February 16, 2020

    hahaha very sharp character, "i dont pay" lol

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  • Fábio Prata

    February 16, 2020

    Great video! I could not understand quite well the part at the end, where he gives tips on how to avoid algae. Something about the water flow. Can you please explain more about it? Thanks!

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  • fırat akgün

    February 16, 2020

    Help me 😭

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