Quote:What happens in the fish tank stays in the fish tank.
About Yourself:I am an Architecture student who in his spair time messes with fish crap. I hope to become a great aquascaper once I master growing plants. PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!!
Description:Dimensions: 14 x 12 x 14 inch
Volume: 10 g / 40 l
Filtration: Internal Powerhead Filter @ 350 lph
Lighting : 4WPG / 11 hrs photoperiod
Substrate: JBL AquaBasis and Fine Gravel
Water: 6.5 to 7.5ph and no other parameters measured
Others : DIY Co2
Roommates: 2 Black Molly, 3 SAE, 2 Swordtail, 1 Platy, 2 Zebra and 11 White Cloud
Advice:Always ask yourself...will the fish be happy in the environment i have created? We always aim to create a natural environment to replicate the habitat of the fish we keep. To keep the wide variety of fish friendly and relaxed we ensure all fish are comfortable and safe within the community. Natural plants, driftwood, moss and sand must be carefully arranaged to recreate a real life riverbank.
Cork screw vals
another variety of grass (Dont know the name)
One more plant I do not know the name
Advice:Read as much as you can, find out about what you have to do. Have an idea, keep it clear and work towards it.
Description:This is my 29 gallon planted tank. My new hobby after keeping a 75 gallong African Cichlid tank. Let me know what you think about it. The tank has been up for 2 months now. I have a co2 injection system and I also fertilize my tank.
About Yourself:Always loved the hobby. Got serious about it 4 years ago. I mainly keep discus, I have 9 at the moment. 2 are in my planted tank. The others are in a 55-gallon grow out tank and my first and oldest, witch I nicknamed killer is in a 10-gallon tank. He is one very aggressive discus.
I have been keeping plants for about 3 years and injecting co2 for 6 months. I will never go back to plastic plants again.
Advice:Track nitrates, phosphates and chelated iron and dose what is necessary for plants at least once a week. Check PH every day if dosing CO2. Use dry chemicals to save money, KNO3 (nitrates and potassium), K2SO4 (potassium), Fleet enema (phosphates), CSM+B (traces), epsom salts (magnesium). Inject CO2 and have 4 watts per gallon of light. Use SAE, farlowella, flag fish, ottos, molly to clean algae while starting up. Use UV sterilizer to avoid green water and have crystal clean water. Fill aquarium with water until water line is not visible to avoid calcium deposits on glass. Use plain polyfill pillow stuffing for filter floss, you don't need anything else in canister filter.