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miracle grow potting soil with gravel cap for Substrate DIY co2 6 30w t12 lamps 36" long on 10 hours a day no Fertilizers 30% water change weekly
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Tank = 70gal 36" x 18" x 24" Lights = 6 36" 30w t12 6500k Filter = 70 gal H.O.T Substrate = miracle grow potting soil and gravel cap co2 = injected
It take time, let it grow
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Star Grass, Amazon large and small, bacopa, Kleiner Barb Sword, Money Wort, Moss Balls, Red Rubin, Ocelot, Four leaf clover, Ludwigia Repen, Cryptocoryne wendtii, Wisteria and Rotela Indica
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