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Old 03-09-2012, 12:30 AM   #1
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Im not sure if this has been posted before, I dont think it has.

But check out this huge aquascape! It's like a lake almost! I found this on Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts (APE)

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"2 million litres of water are filtered at the rate of 1.2 million litres per hour, and CO2 injection system provides the plants with the ideal conditions to thrive, prevent algae and maintain stable pH levels. Its unreal. "
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There's a video at the bottom of the page that shows under the water.


http://www.aquaticplantenthusiasts.c...cape-ever.html
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Wow. What kind of fish are in that video?

And, is there even a point to CO2 injection in a pond?
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Running that co2 will cut down maintenance and keep it looking beautiful without algae taking over.

Thanks for posting these.
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Its not fair!!! I want one!!!
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