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Old 09-10-2011, 05:11 PM   #1
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my 2 planted tanks

First tank is a 2ft tank this was my first had been up and running now for a year the next 3 photos are of my 3ft planted tank it has been up n running for 3 weeks I have never tried sand before thought I would try it for once n I love the look of it. It has tetra fertilizer under the sand. The first tank has only 1 24w t8 light bulb in it but the new 3ft has 2 39w t5s in it looks much brighter let me no what u guys think thanks for looking rich
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Old 09-10-2011, 05:26 PM   #2
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Beautiful aquariums! I like the sand and the driftwood!
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Thank you I put a lot of work into the second one (the one with sand lol) I didn't rush into it I did my research n planned were it would all go glad that my time n effort ain't gone in noticed
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