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Photo Caption: 9 months old 100 gallon aquarium with 2-48in t5, and 1- 48in t8. 2 power head fillters with just bio balls to keep water moving and dirt under my rocks for the plants. 3-3liter co2 and some drift wood
100 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 9 months old 100 gallon aquarium with 2-48in t5, and 1- 48in t8. 2 power head fillters with just bio balls to keep water moving and dirt under my rocks for the plants. 3-3liter co2 and some drift wood

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 9 months old 100 gallon aquarium with 2-48in t5, and 1- 48in t8. 2 power head fillters with just bio balls to keep water moving and dirt under my rocks for the plants. 3-3liter co2
Advice: start small then work your way up. becuz most of your plants will die till you find the right plant for the water with your light.
Fish Kept: 9 diffent kinds of tetras
Corals/Plants: Rotala Macandra ,Anubias nana, Cabomba, Corkscrew Vallisneria,Dwarf Sagittaria, Melon Sword,Ozelot Sword, plues some seeds from pet shop,
Tank Size: 100 gallons
About Yourself: first i had salt water but failed horrible, i could not sell my set up so a friend gave me some plants and said try this it's cheaper. and it was

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