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tanks for the advice all
i was thinking that the 24" quad was the way to go too,but if i buy used or go cheap(odessy) i'll have to figure in the cost of new bulbs too especially with the odessy as...
i already have the gas bottle and regulator and already have a 48" t5ho light (cheap odessy)
mostly i'll be transplanting my plants from my 75 to my new 125,crypts,anubia's,giant hygros,amazon...
i just got a great deal on a used 125 gallon tank,it came with a 72 inch double bulb t8 light strip which i know is not going to be enough light for
my question is,i have a cheap 48"...
i have 2 old aqueon plastic hoods that came from an old 55 gallon tank
and i was wondering what other tank they will fit on
i have cichlids holding and i wanted to put together a fry tank for cheap...
yeah, i know that its difficult to keep a planted mbuna tank but i have seen a few and wondered how they keep em from rooting up the plants
what i was wondering about was gas pockets building up under the shelf liner
has anybody tried this?
i know that i have read about people putting egg crate under the substrate \in cichlid tanks but...
by cutting 1 inch holes in the liner and egg crate so that i can add root tabs when needed, and i have tried covering the roots with rocks but they dig around the rocks and expose them,dosent seem to...
i have a 75 gallon mbuna tank that is heavily planted the cichlids
leave the plants alone (dont eat em) but they continuosly dig the roots up
right now all i have for substrate is black diamond...
from what ive read i assumed id need around 2.5 wpg to reach the bottom of the tank but i will do as you suggest and turn one of the bulbs off and see what happens
i wondered if i might have too...
i have a 55 gallon tank with 112 watts T5 lighting 6700K
dual fluval 305 canisters
my water parameters are
my substrate is fine grade gravel
i use flourish...