And right before a 4 day weekend. You've got my luck.
Interesting tank by the way.
I know - ridiculous right!?
Your tank looks beautiful! I like the flow direction of the plants front to back. Very nice. Incredible foreground BTW!
Why thanks Amanda, I think in a month it will be stunning! I really want it to grow much more thicker. This particular variety of lilaeopsis is thin, so it needs more time to grow together to make a truly stunning carpet.
5 mins is still to long.
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I know, tell me about it, lol. Already the time it takes to dose, clean the glass, change the water, trim and scrub the rocks, aaaahhh!!!!!
No, I didn't mean increase the CO2 time period, I meant increase the concentration. Either bump up the bps if you are using just a timer, or lower the Target Ph if you have a Ph controller.
I personally keep my co2 on 24/7, but the plants don't have any demand for it while the lights are off. It's just to prevent flux, and its easier.
It's interesting my use of CO2 is really pretty high but then again I only have a handful of ottos in my aquarium and it doesn't seem to bother them. I think that rate that I have now (around 4-5bps) isn't really sustainable in the long term if and when I add more fish and shrimp. Indeed, I'm still unsure what caused the die off of all my damn Amano shrimp but CO2 ranks high on the list of possible culprits.