A ton of guppies, mystery snails, japanese trapdoor snails, ghost shrimp, & tons of plants in a 10G.
I got some otocinclus (FINALLY!) but realized my tank doesn't get NEARLY as much as I would need to sustain their diet. I've tried looking into tutorials on how to do so, but I haven't been able to find one in a planted tank. They say you need high phospates and nitrates, excessive light, and Seachem Flourish. However, I have an overabundance of plants in my tank, which essentially sucks up all that before algae can grow. Any tips?