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Old 06-30-2016, 03:26 PM   #1
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Does any one have planted sump?

Though it won't be bad ideas to waste all the waste from the sump, so I divided mine, have some work to do on my barrack so I haven't added anything to the sump except DIY stage canister filter, which is on of my posts in DIY, anyway some pictures.

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And my 15l planted breeder with 2 stage UGF and plants as another filter
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And Java moss in the sump, can't get any better pic as its in very close space,
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I was thinking about this very thing as I'm in the planning stages of my next setup. Would be great with a fit co2 setup as you could alternate the sump and tank in lighting and waste less co2. Not to mention more plants is never bad.
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I was thinking about this very thing as I'm in the planning stages of my next setup. Would be great with a fit co2 setup as you could alternate the sump and tank in lighting and waste less co2. Not to mention more plants is never bad.

Am planning on growing different type of plants


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