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  1. Low Tech Forum
    Hello all! My very first post, as I'm moving from the reef world into planted tanks. My tank is a SC Aquarium rimless 80 gallon. 32" long, 24" deep, and 24" tall. I'm looking to ease into planted tanks by starting low tech, without CO2 bubbler, etc. I've spent hours online and on this forum...
  2. Lighting
    Hi all, I am currently running two 29g tanks. Carbon copies of each other. The lights I use are 30" catalina dual 24watt t5ho. I use no Co2 and I have zero algae issues. Each tank is heavily planted with java fern, lace java and jungle val. I am moving. My new landlord is allowing me to go back...
  3. Riparium/Terrarium/Vivarium
    Too bad there is not a riparium sub-category on this forum... Anyways it is similar to a paludarium so I thought I'd post it here. This is my 10 gallon low tech riparium that I have set up at work. It uses only natural lighting from the big windows that I have there. 1080HD available...
  4. Low Tech Forum
    Hi everyone. I am new to this site, but not to aquariums. I have kept freshwater fish only tanks and saltwater reefs for many years, and I have decided to take the plunge, so to say, into planted tanks. I don't want anything to time consuming, so I figured a low-tech tank would be a great way to...
  5. Swap n Shop Archived Posts
    *SOLD OUT* Marsilea Minuta: 20 node portions for $4 each (or $3.50 via PayPal Gift option). The portions will likely be greater than 20 nodes, but I just want to be safe so no one is disappointed. :smile: This plant grows to <1 inch in height (at least for many people) and establishes long roots...
  6. Lighting
    I have been contemplating lighting on my 55 gallon tank for about a month now and am currently considering building a fixture using spiral compact fluorescents. I am planning on low light, no CO2 and dry ferts as necessary. Substrate is half flourite, half gravel. I made a spiral compact...
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