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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 1ft (L) 1.5 ft(W) 1.5ft (H) Substrate : ADA Light : 2 Pl (28W) 2 CFL (32W) Pressurized Co2. Dozing : Macro : (DIY) 2wice in a week 20 ml. Micro : seachem flourish 2wice in month (1 ml) Filter : External canister.
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Photo Caption: 1ft (L) 1.5 ft(W) 1.5ft (H) Substrate : ADA Light : 2 Pl (28W) 2 CFL (32W) Pressurized Co2. Dozing : Macro : (DIY) 2wice in a week 20 ml. Micro : seachem flourish 2wice in month (1 ml) Filter : External canister.
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 1ft (L) 1.5 ft(W) 1.5ft (H) Substrate : ADA Light : 2 Pl (28W) 2 CFL (32W) Pressurized Co2. Dozing : Macro : (DIY) 2wice in a week 20 ml. Micro : seachem flourish 2wice in month (1 ml) Filter : External canister.

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Country: India
Description: 1ft (L) 1.5 ft(W) 1.5ft (H) Substrate : ADA Light : 2 Pl (28W) 2 CFL (32W) Pressurized Co2. Dozing : Macro : (DIY) 2wice in a week 20 ml. Micro : seachem flourish 2wice in month (1 ml) Filter : External canister.
Advice: think simple and keep patient....
Corals/Plants: Plant : Carpet - Dwarf hair grass, Reccia. Drift wood with java moss and anubius nana.. Background : HM and some Rotala wallichi...
Tank Size: 20 gallons
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