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  1. Plants
    Hello All, In the future I'm wanting to grow and sell plants. Stem plants are going to be on the list. I'm just wondering what other people do for growing stem plants. First, when a stem plant grows, the top of the plant tends to look really good and lush, and the bottom tend to look not as...
  2. DIY
    So I have a growing leopard sailfin pleco that me and my husband are planning a large DIY tank for. Our first DIY to tackle is making the bottom look like a nice natural stone or claw bottom. Current experience shows soil and gravel substrate to be a pain to get poop out of (my husband has a...
  3. DIY
    I wanted to design a planter for some of my tanks that are bare bottom, here is what I came up with I used a 2L bottle, cut the top and bottom so that the top slides over the bottom part. I removed the cap/nozzle and drilled plenty of holes with a dremmel tool. The plant I used is an Amazon...
  4. Low Tech Forum
    I am working on setting up a 20H tank that I want to use for shrimp. I have found several plants that will work in low light and without CO2, however I am having trouble running across any small ground covering. I would like something that stays really short and will cover the bottom of the tank...
  5. Shrimp & Other Invertebrates
    So here's the situation: my current setup is as follows-- 10g planted w/ DIY Co2 3 neon tets 3 White clouds 3 black tets (jumbo) 1 peppered Cory 1 pleco I'm looking to add some sort of invert but I'm not sure what. I'm not really in to clams cause I don't like paying money for something to go...
  6. Fish
    Please Help!!! When i came home today my angel was on its side at the bottom. it will swim around but only on its side. I know it is dying because I brought it home with another angel and that one died the day after it arrived home. Its been two weeks since then. What could be wrong. I have two...
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