Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: San Francisco, CA
well thanks everyone. I have trimmed the wisteria yesterday and replanted it all... I have a gut feeling that wisteria is kinda too big for a 10 gallon tank, or maybe i can throw away some, and rescape a lot of things.
O yah and i dont like the gravel either nddonegan. I will try to buy more if i get more money, and prob something with fert in it. And what do you mean by the rock pile? you mean the flat rocks with wisteria on it? If so, I was planning to let the willow moss grow and get that cool shape, and then once i get more gravel, make a good rockscape out of it, but theres not much room... O yah and what do u mean by discs?
and about the nitrate level. theres a really small tint of pink in the test strip. I cant read 5 or 10 on mine. I can only read 0 or 20 so i said 0 beacuse it was a lot closer color to 0. i would say about 5 is my ppm.
I would also love a driftwood in there... but low budget you see. I might visit some kind of stream looking for some, but most bodies of water are pretty far from me, and being 14 I can't drive myself.
Also, I've kept the dwarf sags in there for 3 months about now, and none of them are propogating. Any tips?
Edit: O i know what the rockpile you were talking about is. That was a plastic(?) decoration that i bought almost since i started fish keeping. I will probably get rid of it.
2nd Edit: Yah and i put the airstone below the intake so most of the bubbles go to filter, otherwise most that escape r really small.