No. LOL! I had a 75 with around a dozen angelfish, several dozen assorted tetras (probably 50 all together), a rainbow shark, and 4 clown loaches. My fertilization included Ferroplant and Florapride. Lighting was 2-40 watt chroma 50s (Originally, I also had the striplight that came with the tank loaded with a 40 watt plant and aquarium bulb to balance the appearance but the strip died). Swords grew lush and thick (not exceptionally tall mind you but a veritable green carpet half-way up the tank). Cabomba and ludwegia would reach the surface, though their stems would rot and they'd have to be replanted. Very little algae, and it was only the common green stuff that the shark would eat.
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