Join Date: May 2014
Location: West palm beach fl
I just picked up a really nice 60"w 30"h and at the widest 30" half cylinder aquarium. I think it's 140 or 150 gallons. I sandwiched potting soil between layers of flourite.. I'm using the biggest fluval 806 canister, I have a Current+ led, should I add another or t50's the width of the aquarium I need more coverage, plus it's a deep tank.. I want to use red plants so I want to add CO2, my local aquarium store told me I'd be better of Not injecting because the co2 won't be distributed evenly. Is that the case? From what I read Co2 is crucial part to optimal growth certain red species.. Will excel be my solution or is dosing a option?
Here's a better picture.. I'm using a diatomaceous filter to clear substrate dust from the water.. I also jumped in with some Amazon swords
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