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Photo Caption: Fed up with the 'Nature' style of tanks I've set this more traditional European style, but with still keeping the Amano principals . Overall first results are excellent. Dry ferts are added daily
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Fed up with the 'Nature' style of tanks I've set this more traditional European style, but with still keeping the Amano principals . Overall first results are excellent. Dry ferts are added daily

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Twin t5 with twin t8 plant tubes. Co2 with continuum concept 24/7. Heavy planting equals heavy trimming! I don't clean the gravel as the glosso does this for me.
Advice: Ask me for help!
Fish Kept: Rummy nose, cardinal tetra, ottocinclus, shrimps, siamensis fox.
Corals/Plants: Too many!
Tank Size: 40 gallons

COMMENTS

Hello, I am greatky impressed with the health of your plants. I have a 90 gallon with 88W lighting(72W PL+16W LED). The plants are just surviving(a cm or two growth in 2 weeks time). Just started to use dry fertlizers(KSo4, MgS04, chelated iron). Any advise for me???? Cheers, Bijoy. fish avatar
What kind of CO2 system are you using? I'm considering for my 29 gallon but they look so pricy! fish avatar
FAB LUV IT fish avatar
Great setup!! can you please tell me what your co2 setting is at. Keep up the great work! fish avatar

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