WARNING. The following is my advice for someone who isn’t afraid of killing some fish and potentially having green water and or a shitload of algae. I make no claims that you won’t entirely screw up your tank by following this method. What you are about to do is drive a Porsche piss ass wasted, full throttle, around a bunch of curves. It’s going to be one hell of a alot of fun, but you might die. (or your fish)
Congrats to Bryn Parker and his 55 gallon tank which is about to start really bumping. Great stuff. Those high output T5 will really help everything take off. (you can get away with less, but roll with the good stuff) I am looking forward to seeing this tank in a month or so…Post comments under […]
The tank is starting to grow Tiger lotus in front is starting to grow. Rotala in back has finally adjusted to the water or soil either way it has started to grow. The ludwigia has stopped losing leaves and has started growing crpyts aren’t growing but aren’t dieing don’t know what is up with them. At the end of the video I was trying to show the Java Moss growing on the driftwood.
Dirt vs no dirt in your planted tank. Bryan and I talk about the growth of my 220 gallon planted tank.
An Experiment with the my planted tank. It has dirt under the grave on the one half and the other half regular gravel. Check out the growth of this planted tank with all other variables being equal.
The experiment is simple. What is the difference between the growth of a tank using dirt under the substrate versus what at tank without dirt will look like. That’s all. The 75 you see is just that. So I used this larger sized gravel on the right side to keep it somewhat balance with height… […]