Posts in category All About Water

Reverse Osmosis for Discus

by Rick Owen While Reverse Osmosis (RO) water is not required to successfully keep discus, for many it is an absolute necessity to breed them. To read our article on how to breed discus, Click Here.   Many people are intimidated by the thought of setting one up, but they are really quite easy, and […]

Is My pH Ok?

Is My Water Too Hard For Discus? by Carol Roberts Probably not!  Juvenile discus actually grow faster in moderately hard water.  Most places in North America have water suitable for growing out juvenile discus.  In the wild, discus live in very soft (low GH) and acidic (low pH) water.  Domestic discus can be kept in […]

Water and Water Changes

by Carol Roberts Nothing is more important for discus health than warm, clean water and regular water changes.  Discus do not have to be kept in a pH of 6.0, they can live in a wide range of water hardness and pH.  If your water hardness falls between GH 3 – 14 and your pH […]

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The NADA Booth at the Aquatic experience in Chicago Nov 6-8 was a huge success for NADA despite only having two weeks to prepare for it. Not only did we get to promote the 2016 NADA Discus Show in Chicago but we also raised some much needed funds for the 2016 show after costs for printing and other materials.

Discus Hans sent ten discus for a show display and donated the fish to NADA which were raffled off at the end of the show. A big shout out to Hans for the donation.

The NADA booth was put together by Keith Perkins of the host group, the MidWest Discus Association and manned by Keith and members of the group during the show. A huge thank you to Keith for putting together the materials for the booth and taking time out his day job to attend the show.

We also signed up quite a few new NADA members during the show. A big win for everyone.

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