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    co2 has finally stopped producing, other than...

    co2 has finally stopped producing, other than that nothing new has been going on. going to be getting black eco complete now that ive decided i do like the look of the wood and everything
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    a power washer works quite well to clean off any...

    a power washer works quite well to clean off any driftwood i find haha. backs fine, my shoulders are killing me though. as promised here is a pic.
    tank shot of the new wood covered in plants...
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    the co2 is starting to slow down a bit, also...

    the co2 is starting to slow down a bit, also after carrying it home for close to 2 miles i finally found a nice piece of wood. its a little larger than i was looking for but i decided to save the...
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    no real updates, starwort is now about 6inches...

    no real updates, starwort is now about 6inches tall, a the moss that i also got from the creek is flourishing. will post a picture in the next day or two
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    its i agree with that. my slr starts to show...

    its i agree with that. my slr starts to show grain thats not easily removable at 3200 for me. also as far as manual goes both my slr and your K5 have a DOF preview which makes a big difference when...
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    im more than willing to send you some Big, but im...

    im more than willing to send you some Big, but im having trouble finding out the legality of it. i cant find anything clear cut one way or another but seeing as its a noxious weed ide imagine that it...
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    yea im very deeply involved in photography haha...

    yea im very deeply involved in photography haha also i like the cialis spam bot!
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    haha probably pretty good it grows in a very...

    haha probably pretty good it grows in a very bunchy fashion, good luck getting some though. youde have to go out and find it as its a noxious weed in most states haha
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    picture time! here is an update on the newly...

    picture time! here is an update on the newly added starwort. its grown close to two inches in just a few days, now i understand why it was on the state noxious weed list (how i finally figured out...
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    not trying to be argumentative but when i was...

    not trying to be argumentative but when i was cycling my first tank it was well water with a ph of around 8. while cycling i had anacharis, anubias, hygrophilia difformis and polysperma, java fern,...
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    as far as it goes when i photograph my cichlids i...

    as far as it goes when i photograph my cichlids i keep my shutter speed above 1/160 while having my iso as low as possible. aperture gets set to ~f4. i also under-expose by a stop as most cameras...
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    update on the plants i found, its Callitriche...

    update on the plants i found, its Callitriche stagnalis or starwort.
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    there may be a select few plants who dont like...

    there may be a select few plants who dont like ammonia but most will love it. ammonia is a a form of nitrogen that is relatively easy to break down, and plants love nitrogen so they will readily...
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    the diffuser is what dissolves it into the water....

    the diffuser is what dissolves it into the water. i was using a glass and ceramic diffuser that worked wonderfully. the issue was i used big water bottles which couldnt handle the pressure needed to...
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    +1 to those saying ammonia burns, was the first...

    +1 to those saying ammonia burns, was the first thing i though of as well
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    update! co2 is still going strong. im quite...

    update! co2 is still going strong. im quite surprised at how long its lasting. roughly the same co2 output as day 2 of having it. the diffuser i was using has been now replaced by the powerhead. the...
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    could you post a picture it would help a lot in...

    could you post a picture it would help a lot in figuring out whats going on, but openbook your thinking is also what i was thinking
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    HDR is a photo processing technique. basically...

    HDR is a photo processing technique. basically you take a photo exposed for the darkest shadow in a scene. then you usually push it a stop each time until you have exposed for the brightest part of a...
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    clown loach and plants

    i have some clown loaches and they pretty much leave my plants alone, however whenever i move some dwarf subulata into the tank they go crazy and eat it...anyone else have any experience with this?
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  20. it generally is better for anubias and java fern...

    it generally is better for anubias and java fern to be attached to something so its roots are suspended in the water column, but from my experience my java fern grows faster when in the gravel. my...
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    well decided to not post a picture, not much has...

    well decided to not post a picture, not much has changed other than moving some of the dwarf sub to my 90gal. the power head is working wonderfully to disperse to co2
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    should be fine, i have a quad t5o on my 90gal and...

    should be fine, i have a quad t5o on my 90gal and quite honestly i normally only have two bulbs on at a time. after i start adding co2 i may switch to all four though . you should be fine with the...
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    as for a carpet you could use riccia. best way is...

    as for a carpet you could use riccia. best way is to basically sandwich it between mesh and let it grow. it will require trimming though
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    he stated he is cycling with fish... he is still...

    he stated he is cycling with fish...
    he is still in the phase of growing the bacteria that consumes nitrites and produces nitrates as it sounds.

    i do agree with not using ammonia reducing...
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    if the nitrates are running 0 something is up,...

    if the nitrates are running 0 something is up, its not impossible to have them that low but it is very very unlikely. maybe the test kit is out of date, or you might have made a mistake in adding...
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