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Photo Caption: Co2 continues into mid-July. My goal of having the Vallisneria spiralis encircle the tank is getting closer as they are sending shoots around the glass. The Cryptocoryne grew to large, and I cut it way back so light could reach other plants.
60 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Co2 continues into mid-July. My goal of having the Vallisneria spiralis encircle the tank is getting closer as they are sending shoots around the glass. The Cryptocoryne grew to large, and I cut it way back so light could reach other plants.

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 60 Gallon Hex, (2) 67k 65watt Coralife bulbs on for 9 hours a day. Milwaukee C02 regulator system, with PH contoller/sensor. Fluval 304 Filter, and Maxi-Jet 900 powerhead for circulation. PH 6.8, KH 4, GH 7, FE .60
Advice: Study/internet, and talk to others with experience.
Fish Kept: Bleeding Heart Tetra (8), Chinese Algae Eatter (3), Neon Tetras (18) Cats (2) Rainbow Tetra (2)
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria spiralis, Cryptocoryne balansae, and undulata, Anubias barteri
Tank Size: 60 gallons
Quote: Only 2 days till Monday
About Yourself: I drive an 18 wheeler for a living. Have had a tank of some sort for at least 20 years, but recently got interested in how to grow the plants sucessfully

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