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Photo Caption: 90g planted tank. CO2 and fertalizers, 2.4 wpg. Running 1 year.
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90g planted tank. CO2 and fertalizers, 2.4 wpg. Running 1 year.

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Country: Canada
Description: 60in x 18in x 24in Planted tank. Lighting - Coralife Retrofit Power Compact with 4 65w bulbs (260w) Filtration - Fluval 304 CO2 - 5lb tank injected at 38mg/l Fertalizers - EI method - Adding nitrates and photphates on alternate days, trace the other days.
Advice: Don't be afraid to try anything. The worst that will happen is that it doesn't work. Re-group, and try another way.
Fish Kept: 8 x rosey barbs, 1 x angelfish 3 x rainbows 2 x zebra danios numerous platties 10 x black neon tetras 3 x ottos 1 x jullii cat 3 x SAE 1 x CAE
Corals/Plants: Amazon sword, Ludwiga repens, hydrocotyle verticulatta, anubias nana, Valiserna gigantea + spiralis, red tiger lotus, java moss, and a few others
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: Im 24, and have been keeping fish since I was 17. I have really only just started geting in to real plants in the past year, and it has quickly taken over my life!

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