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28 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - nature H2O

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Country: India
Description: 1.) Tank Size: 24"x15"x18" 2.) JBJ substrate nutrient 5 Kgs, Aqua Clay 5Kgs, ControSoil 10 Ltrs. 3.) Dolphine Canister Filter with ANS lily pipe outlet and ANS glass inlet. 4.) OceanFree pressurized CO2 System ( 1 bubble per sec), with solenoid/timer. 5.) AquaZonic T5 HO 24W x 4. 6.) BOYU Digital Thermometer. 7.) Takashi Amano Rocks. 8.) 1 Driftwood. 9.)ADA brighty K, Macro & Micro Plant nutrients. 10.) RO water with little hard water to maintain a PH 6-7(with the help of PH test kit). 11) 6/7 hours of lighting/CO2 and 8 hours of aeration at night.
Advice: the bigger the tank the better and easier it is to maintain.
Fish Kept: Neon Tetras Rummynose tetra (true) threadfin rainbows, black neon tetras, Endler's Livebearer(Venezuela), Ghost and cherry red Shrimps
Corals/Plants: forgive me if i have misspelled the names.. Hair Grass, Rotalla, Rotalla walachi, Hydrocotyle martima “Honda, Anubias nana & anubias barteri, Red stem plants, Narrow leaf Java ferns,
Tank Size: 28 gallons
About Yourself: I love Aquascaping and Car performance tweaks . i started this hobby 6 months ago and am loving it. I am a Data Center technician at Yahoo India.

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