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Photo Caption: 46G planted tank at 3 months. Weekly trimming is required due to rapid growth of wisteria and ludwiga. Red Flame Sword gets 2 or 3 new leaves each week.
46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 46G planted tank at 3 months. Weekly trimming is required due to rapid growth of wisteria and ludwiga. Red Flame Sword gets 2 or 3 new leaves each week.
46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 46g Bowfront Planted Tank at 5 Weeks

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 46g bowfront planted tank. Filstar canister & fluval 1plus filtration (no carbon), ecocomplete substrate, 96w pc 6700k lighting, DIY CO2 injection, modified PPS fertilizing approach. Flora include dwarf hair grass, wisteria, red ludwiga, red rotala, anubias, valisneria, amazon swords, red flame sword, and four-leaf clover. Fauna are otos, red cherry shrimp, harlequin rasboras and rummy nose tetras.
Advice: Do your research first. Opt for a smaller and better quality set-up over larger and cheaper set-up.
Corals/Plants: Wisteria, Anubias, Red Flame Sword, Amazon Swords, Valisneria, Dward Hair Grass, Red Ludwiga, Red Rotala, Four-Leaf Clover, Moss Ball
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: "Do not let the urgent crowd out the important." (Henry Kissinger)

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