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Old 09-01-2013, 09:52 PM   #4341
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I went to aquarium adventure Colombus and purchased a few live plants and a fire eel for my planted aquarium !! and helped my mom pick out some angelfish for her tank !!!
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:13 PM   #4342
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Pwc in all my tanks, and fed my platy fry. They r still going strong. I was finally able to put in my homemade background in my 30g! So excited! Pics attached, sry about the low lighting.
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:57 PM   #4343
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:14 PM   #4344
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It should be what haven't I done to my tank today. Almost finished up my new 135g in wall salt tank. Did a full cleaning to my 55g salt that is located above it. Water was cloudy for a few hrs. Rearranged everything inside the tank.
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Old 09-01-2013, 11:17 PM   #4346
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I trimmed and replanted some of my ludwigia. I thinned some of my dwarf sag. Cleaned a few spots of green spot algae off the front glass that I missed at last week's cleaning. It is small and light so is easy to miss. Takes a bit of rubbing with the algae scrubber to remove. Glad I only get a little and only in one area.

Planning what to do next in trimming up and thinning out the plants.

The rest of the time I just enjoyed watching my fish.
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Old 09-02-2013, 12:24 AM   #4347
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I trimmed and replanted some of my ludwigia. I thinned some of my dwarf sag. Cleaned a few spots of green spot algae off the front glass that I missed at last week's cleaning. It is small and light so is easy to miss. Takes a bit of rubbing with the algae scrubber to remove. Glad I only get a little and only in one area.

Planning what to do next in trimming up and thinning out the plants.

The rest of the time I just enjoyed watching my fish.
Been watching the progression of the dwarf sag. When thinning (something I desperately need to do) do you simply take out every third or fourth plant in a collection? Mine are connected by runners; started out with 6-7 and few months later I can't count them. I figure they should do better with some space between them so they get more light. Right now they are crowded and growing vertically probably due to completion for light. Here's a shot:
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Been watching the progression of the dwarf sag. When thinning (something I desperately need to do) do you simply take out every third or fourth plant in a collection? Mine are connected by runners; started out with 6-7 and few months later I can't count them. I figure they should do better with some space between them so they get more light. Right now they are crowded and growing vertically probably due to completion for light. Here's a shot:
Mine is in sand so when I pull one up I get more than one. I just pull it up and replant what I want. You have an impressive amount and is more dense than mine. I want to thin mine because it looks kind of raggedy and unkept.
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Been watching the progression of the dwarf sag. When thinning (something I desperately need to do) do you simply take out every third or fourth plant in a collection? Mine are connected by runners; started out with 6-7 and few months later I can't count them. I figure they should do better with some space between them so they get more light. Right now they are crowded and growing vertically probably due to completion for light. Here's a shot:
This tank without co2? Ferts? Nice greenery
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