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150 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My baby

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Country: New Zealand
Description: 660 litre ,planted from $20 worth of plants that I kept cutting ,replanting, home made CO2 injection crazy growth 150watts of fluro lighting, external filter, no photo shop the colours are as they were , kind of regretted changing into full marine reef
Advice: Listen to only those that you see has results, ie: if you want to become a millionaire who better to ask then a millionaire, I don't believe in chemical use, any probs generally partial water change and raising the temp 2degress cured most problems ,this tank was dream free , it was a totally balanced setup where the only thing I ever needed to do was top up the tank water level and change the filter once a year , ran this way for six years up to the day I changed it out for marine.
Corals/Plants: Hair grass, ambullia, java fern
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: Keep it simple stupid
About Yourself: Always loved fish bred over hundred different species, when discus were hard to breed I did my own thing and had four pairs breed successfully within five weeks

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