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Planted nano - 28L invert aquarium

dmachado

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2 May 2013
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This one was setup 3 months ago, the lighting is LED about 8W.

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The plants love the light! No CO2 and minimal fertilization.

I am thinking about adding some more leds to get algae growing for the caridina japonica...

Cheers.
 

biffster

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28 Apr 2010
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i have a similar problem LED lights small amount of co2 and compost capped with
sand and the plants have gone mad i am pruning vallis and other plants and having to give them away
 

sa80mark

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Put some pubbles or slate pieces in a bowl on a window these will soon grow algae then you can put a few in your tank to feed the shrimp. If you do plenty of pebbles then you can keep rotating them from tank to bowl so you will always have a supply
 

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