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Photo Caption: 58 gallon planted aquarium
58 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 58 gallon planted aquarium

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 58 gallon oceanic. 36"X18"X21" 96watt coralife compact fluorescent light. Drift wood to control PH. Fine natural substrate (none coated). CO2 indicator. Hang on Filter. (getting overflow soon)
Advice: Compact fluorescents are great. CO2 is highly recommended.
Fish Kept: 2 Platys+babies, 4 guppies 2 adult 2 babies, Horse face loach, clown loach, Chinese algae eaters, Shark, Snails,
Corals/Plants: Bamboo, Anachris, Echinodorus tenellus, Vesicularia dubyana, Echnidorus bleheri, Java moss and a few more.
Tank Size: 58 gallons

COMMENTS

joe4444 I tried to email you but your ID is not working. I use two top fin 60's with just a filter pad and no carbon. Just clean the tank once a week with a 10-15% water change. My Nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, and PH levels have stayed perfect. Also you can lower the PH with drift wood. Plants like a PH of 7.0. Make sure you siphon the gravel if you don't use solid fertilizer. fish avatar

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