Hi all, I haven't been on in a while, due to finals and stuff, however something interesting happened and I thought it was important to mention it. So as I mentioned before I have been extremely busy of late, which led to the neglect of my aquarium (about 1-2 months). This means my aquarium was without ferts, co2, and water changes for what most "experts" would consider way to long. All I did was flip the lights on and top off. Now to my point I have never had my aquarium flourish the way it did, so not only did I not lose any fish, but also my plant grew really well. So all this to say are fertilizers, CO2, and water changes really worth it. Of course I'm not talking about when you have diseases or dirty water. All I had is algae, which we all know is a natural response to imbalances in the water columns. So I'll let you look at the photos and then decide what you think?
Sorry about my crappy photo skills I took them while cleaning out my tank.
Also the one where I'm holding a plant, the plant is a cabomba, the reason I included it is that ive always had trouble growing them.
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Last edited by Discusfan99; 05-29-2017 at 07:15 PM.
Reason: Forgot photos