Added by Otto Hodges on July 31, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Hey Fishtank people , im new to the planted tank world and also very new to this site but im in use of some help here. I defiantly want to make a DIY co2 system but id like to learn how or what is the best way to do it , well the paintball version or even if it is necessary for me to do it or beneficial just looking for someone to kinda fill me in on all this, Thanks.
Planted 55gal First week since recent dirt convertion:
48" aquaticlife t5 H/O lighting 2 /54w bulbs , one 6,500k and the other one Roseate.
Miracle grow Oraganic, Floramax substrate, and…Continue
I finally lost my mind and did it. I jumped right in and did a dirted 75g tank.
It was a lot of work getting it set up but it's so worth it. I am currently on Day seven of the new tank.
After set up I filled the tank it looked great water clear. The second day water was real cloudy and dark. I let that go until day 3. On day three my plant order arrived and I drained the tank and planted it and refilled.
Yesterday on day 6 and water had a haze but not as bad as the first…Continue
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Added by Stephen on July 26, 2013 at 3:12am — No Comments
Added by Violet Seaman on July 25, 2013 at 6:02pm — No Comments
Hey so i got my 30 gal tank setup with dirt and all and didnt know bab tears needed to much light (2wpg )i was running a little less than one. so they are starting to turn brown so i moved them outside in a small container with dirt.
So my question is what led light would i need to get a nice carpet of baby tears? or what cheap fixture can i get
Added by Hunter roberts on July 23, 2013 at 5:12pm — No Comments
All fish are from The Vancouver Aquarium.
Added by Austin Graystone on July 23, 2013 at 2:32pm — No Comments
So as the title says everything in the tank has grown about an inch, but its starting to clear up now and the plants all seem to be getting brighter and brighter green(which is cool) and the ludwigia repens is growing the most right now so ya i moved some plants around too, tell me what you think.…Continue
Added by Austin Graystone on July 23, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
I have one pair of Bolivian rams in my 36 gallon planted amazon tank along with some Corey cats and some cherry barbs and I was wondering if I would be able to add a pair of Cacatuoides in the tank. I plan on turning the tank into a high tech heavily planted tank so there will be plenty of cover I also have some small flower pots set up as caves. So, will this work? any advice and feedback is very appreciated.
Added by Connor Swann on July 21, 2013 at 11:50pm — No Comments
Well the fish and the shrimp are doing great. The plants also, need trimming regularly. The chia Pet not so great I wasn't able to get anything to take root on it so gave up and put in a piece of driftwood instead.
so im going to convert to dirt and i was wondering because some people complain that u cant use sand but im going to do that anyway cuz i have sand and fluval stratum mixed (should be fine) any way what should i look for when doing it and how should i go about getting all the stuff out of my tank to redo it thx.
It doesn't get any better than this.
so i have 2 giant clumps of flame moss healthy and idk what to do with it, anyone have any experience growing it?