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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V6 #141

In a message dated 4/30/2003 6:43:43 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com writes:

> for PAM and TAG and from what I understand you have been just as involved
> with Aqua Planta in Europe. So why aren't your competitors just as involved
> with the public and education? Companies like Dennerle, Hans Barth Dessau
> and the many other nurseries in Europe? Is it because the American market 
> is
> closed to them or do they just have a different philosophy?
> I wish more American companies like Seachem would follow your example and
> get involved with internet communities and organizations like the AGA.
> Robert Paul Hudson
> <A HREF="www.aquabotanic.com">www.aquabotanic.com</A>

  Great thoughts Robert. Sometimes keeping a nicely planted aquarium seems 
complex. Sometimes it even seems like it was only meant for those with 
degrees in chemistry but, thanks to guys like you and other in the know 
aquatic plant people it makes it easier for us novice types to gain insight 
into how it's done. And it's not rocket science. It's just a matter of 
developing a routine and understanding what plants need to improve their 
growth. It's great to have a place to go and people that will help us better 
understand what we are doing right or wrong. When all is said and done being 
able to sit back and enjoy the beauty is worth it all.
                                                              thanks all

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