Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by James Flexton, 4 Sep 2007.
Thankyou this will help a noobie like me to maintain my tank
Just love this forum so much information thanks for your input mate
very useful article and cool tanks...
Thanks for providing this info - very useful for newbies to the hobby!
thanks for posting this i know it is a old thread but for me being brand new into this hobby it is really helpful.
compleatly forgot id already read this
ordered the sissors and have been snipping here and there. alls going well .thanks.
Great write up, very useful for a beginner like myself
Just a quick one - why shouldn't you use scissors with anubias? I always have, but perhaps I shouldn't have....!
Great guide. Thanks
Great article. Thanks
Why would you use scissors with anubias? Just a quick pull and the leaf comes away without leaving anything to rot
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Great guide, very useful!
Loved this! Well done. This is exactly the kinda thing I was looking for. Thank you!
I'm interested that you say that you should vacuum sand. How do you recommend one does this, to avoid taking a lot of sand up into the gravel cleaner?
Bit late to the party here, but thanks for this guide, makes it all seem so easy
Thank you , for taking the time. Much appreciated and was looking for an article like this.
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You're welcome. I've been out of the planted tank scene for a while but just setting up a new one next week. I think I will have a read through my own guide to refresh my memory ha ha.
very informative , thanks
Really helpful read, thank you.
Thanks for this article. It's very useful for me, i've learned a lot from it!
This was a nice read. I've got a bit more faith in myself now thanks.
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