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Photo Caption: 4 Weeks old at this point
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 4 Weeks old at this point

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank at this stage 4 weeks old 80x45x45cm bow fronted Juwel Aquarium. ADA intake and glass lily pipe. Eheim 2236 external. Inline Hydor 300w heater. Rhinox 3000 diffuser, 15KG Co2 with Deltec bubble counter and high precision medical needle valve with non return.
Advice: Co2 is essential with high light planted aquaria. Also fertalisers such as tropica + should be added daily in smaller volumes than weekely at large doses.
Fish Kept: Rummy nose, cardinal tetra, siamensis flying fox, crystal shrimp, bee shrimp, amano shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Glossostigma el, rotola green sp, rotola rounta, microsorum sp.
Tank Size: 30 gallons

COMMENTS

gd planted tank like it alot do u not have to clean ur gravel then coz the food and fish waiste is eaten up by the plant carpet u ave fish avatar
Ye i agree howd u clean the gravel without disturbing that magnificent plant carpet!£$%&* fish avatar
Beautifully done!!! fish avatar
fishes must be loving your masterpiece. fish avatar
excellent plantation. i loved it. how do manage to maintain such a huge planted tank???? i would love to know!u have maintained it very well. well done!great job. fish avatar
that is very nice i want to try something like that one day. you should be very proud! fish avatar
@milky: please, don´t try to clean the gravel...neverever... (if it looks like you have to do it: you´ve made something very wrong, I promise...) fish avatar
the layout of your tank has given me a good idea of how to lay my tank out thank you fish avatar
I'm about to put together a 35 gallon planted tank and I was going to use very fine stainless steel screen over UGF plates so I can use fine plant substraight. Is the UGF a bad idea, even if water mainly only flows through the 30% "bare" area of the tank? Will it improve nutrient getting to roots? Lessen anerobic bacterial growth? Thank you. Peter fish avatar

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