Photo #1 - 1 Month Old 55 Gal. Planted Tank, My First One!

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Photo Caption: 1 month old 55 gal. planted tank, my first one!
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 1 month old 55 gal. planted tank, my first one!
fish tank picture - first time 55 gal.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55gal. first time

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 55gal. Fluval 403 canister, Glo T5 HO 48" lighting, Pressurized Co2 system, Ladder diffuser system. 40ppm Co2, .5ml of Flourish fertilizer everyday. 2.5gal water change a day and 5gal change once a week. 8.5hr light cycle.
Advice: Dont be brought down by algae outbreaks at first just let them run their cycle and keep a log of all the changes you do each day if it be backing off on light or fertilizing so you know what you did when things start going right.
Fish Kept: chinese algae eater 2, black tetra 2, neon tetra 4
Corals/Plants: No sure of most of names of them, will post them when i get time to add it.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

COMMENTS

Great setup. fish avatar
awesome!incredible. but just keep in mind dont overcrowd it with plants. fish avatar

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