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35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 35g planted. 2wpg. plants; najas grass, crypts, java moss, vals, anubias..Plain sand as gravel. no Co2 and no ferts.. low maintainance tank overall.. With patience you get this.
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Photo Caption: 35g planted. 2wpg. plants; najas grass, crypts, java moss, vals, anubias..Plain sand as gravel. no Co2 and no ferts.. low maintainance tank overall.. With patience you get this.
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 35g planted. 2wpg. plants; najas grass, crypts, java moss, vals, anubias..Plain sand as gravel. no Co2 and no ferts.. low maintainance tank overall.. With patience you get this.

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Country: Canada
Description: Moderate light tank with regular t8 bulbs. have 1 internal filter for water movement. Around 2watts per gallon.
Advice: Patience is key.
Fish Kept: giant danios. tiger barbs, dwarf jewel chiclid, mts snails, apple snail.
Corals/Plants: Najas grass, Crypts, anubias, java moss
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: keep it beautiful!
About Yourself: Got in to this hobby a few years back. But recently got into planted tanks and got hooked.

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