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125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 125g Dirt Tank w/cichlids

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 72-1/2 x 18-1/2 x 23-3/8 "Glass" 2 175W MH 14k bulbs 30 Gal Sump (850gph pump) Cascade 1500 CO2 setup
Advice: Don't believe everything you read on the internet
Fish Kept: Electric Blue Jack Dempsey Chocolate Cichlid Firemouth Cichlid Tire Track Eel Anostomus Anostomus Opaline Gourami (X2) Kribensis Pterygoplichthys joselimaianus Black Ghost knife Red Tail Black Shark
Corals/Plants: Plants - Swords, Anubias, Crypts, etc
Tank Size: 125 gallons

COMMENTS

whered you get that root driftwood...been looking all over fish avatar
I do run CO2, and used Miracle grow organic choice potting soil as substrate. No other ferts. fish avatar
do you use a co2 system ? and fertilizers can you give me the best fertilizers that u use ? fish avatar
had some fungus on driftwood, when I first put the stump in, but pleco took care of that. Water has just always been perfect. fish avatar
They tug at them. i have to stay away from anything with one stem coming out of the ground then bushing off type plants, else they break them off right at the ground and my plant is gone. Swords, crypts, anubius, and java fern are all good tough plants, that get good and rooted, hence I have a bunch of these. fish avatar
No uprooting probs with cichlids? Ever exper. fungal probs with the soil in there. Id like to use soil worried bout fish getg fungus fish avatar
dont your cichlids eat your plants? fish avatar

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