Stocking level for 75 gallon heavily planted aquarium
I am planning to go with below livestock for my future 75 gallon heavily planted aquarium. The tank will be supplemented with pressurized CO2 (possibly via a CO2 reactor) and Fluval FX6. Substrate will be 2-3 inches of Black Diamond blasting sand. Tank will also have a big piece of Malaysian Driftwood. Plan is to do EI dosing and 40-50% water change every week.
7 Cardinal Tetras
7 Harlequin Rasboras
7 Emperor Tetras
5 Denisoni Barbs
2 German Blue Rams
5 Red Wag Platy
10-12 Amano Shrimps
10-12 Nerite Snails
A few Malaysian Trumpet Snails along with a few Assassin Snails to control MTS population explosion
Would this be too much livestock? Also, should I keep some things in mind when I start adding these (such as the order of adding these livestock, compatibility, etc)?
I have a 10 gallon heavily planted tank for a year now with just 7 Cardinals, 4 Amano shrimps and a couple of Nerite Snails. I just use my tap water which is around 3 KH and 5-6 GH.