Hunts freshwater planted (3-12-2012 new pics)

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums' started by Hunt, Dec 6, 2011.

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  1. Hunt

    Hunt Flamingo Tongue

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    i wanted to start a thread for this tank to record of its progress. and to get help, advice and peoples thoughts on what it needs to make it better. so what do you think??
    pics are at 2 days still a little hazey but its getting better
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    Your pics have been moved or deleted. You will need to re-link them for them to show.
     
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    That is a good looking start, it will be fun watching it grow in.

    What is your lighting and fertilization routine?
     
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    Very good indeed.

    What species are the reed like plants?
     
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    Very nice planted set up! I thought to do this with a 55g tank I have in my garage.

    Geez... 2in10 is there anything you don't know about aquariums? LOL
     
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    2 in 10, are you talking about the plants in the back left? if you are, they are called green and white acorus. i got it from pet smart. but i do not think it is a true aquatic plant, so ill see what happens
     
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    Yes those are not and will melt away. Also the ones in the middle.