Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Hendersonville, TN
AquaAurora: that is just some Saururus cernuus I kept from the old setup. The new tank is supposed to be a southeast Tennessee/northwest Georgia native design, and the plant fits. It becomes a bit too large, so I'm going to either replace it or trim it.
Thanks Hachi! Well, I thought know that the last setup had peaked, and I felt it was pretty accomplished design. It was published in two separate magazines, including Amazonas, had over 100,000 views on TPT, and the only challenge that I felt I had left was to see if I could keep the system stable for a long duration. I also used it to experiment with conditions and fertilizing variances. When all of that was done, there was little reason to keep it going, other than me just being lazy. I always like to keep trying new designs and setups so I can keep learning how different layouts and systems work, new fish and plant species, and so on. Otherwise, it ceases to be a hobby, and simply becomes another chore to do.
Last edited by crazydaz; 01-08-2016 at 01:53 AM.