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  1. TH12
    03-15-2015 01:04 AM - permalink
    Do you have a large variety of plants? Have you tackled a carpet of any kind?
  2. TH12
    03-13-2015 02:05 AM - permalink
    Nice! Yea the Ray I shows to give a PAR level of about 44 at my depth. I'm shooting for medium to high light and plan to run those t5s with color max bulbs for a few hours during mid day to get a little more light and get more on that end of the spectrum. If it isn't working out I will look into your offer. You have multiple tanks? This is my first attempt at a bit bigger one.
  3. Stone454
    03-12-2015 03:01 PM - permalink
    hell I have a light I am not using because I do not use co2 it's a led rated at like 7800 lumens, it turn night into day in a room lol, but without co2 you get bba if your finex is not enough, which it might not be, they tend to be mid level, let me know, but i would sell this light for a decent price, it is a beamworks but has a green element driver because the one that came with it crapped out, has cooling fans and all, and you can get a timer for it pretty cheap. there is another place called ummmmm the coral reef it is not far from the aquarium, never been but I hear good things about the livestock and the staff
  4. Stone454
    03-12-2015 12:02 AM - permalink
    A bowfront?, I have a 46 gal bowfront the lighting is a bit tricky to not go high tech with co2 and not have BBA hard finding a balance with the tank depth
  5. Stone454
    03-11-2015 11:37 PM - permalink
    Well, there is fish fair, in morristown he has a very limited selection mostly mophoni and not to cheap, there is the "pet store" in college square mall but I avoid that place like a plague, long story, do not buy fish or plants from there, they will never get a dime form me ever again. There is another place called ummmm aquatic marine on clinton highway, they had some nice driftwood last time I was there, but i did not care for the staff, the plant selection was ok, but the tank it was in and the plants were covered in blue green algae (which the jackass marine biologist informed me is "cyano-bacteria" and it's easy to treat at which point I sighed and said then how come your tank is full of it and why would I pay you for plants I need to treat) They did have nice driftwood and rocks though. The rest of the places are like petco/petsmart/pet supply plus which is hit or miss, there is a place by east town mall by the target called mistys pet depot, we have not been there yet.
  6. Stone454
    08-15-2014 07:16 AM - permalink
    Yeah not many of us around here, I am always doing something new with a tank if you need to know where to find things let me know

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    A recent graduate new to the Knoxville area. Passionate about the outdoors and the natural world.
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