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    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    Wow. That tank setup looks very beautiful! Yes, you can add in sand at the tank bottom and that would look perfect!


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    I wanna wait after decomm my shrimp tank because i dont want waste the onyx sand.. its grey color... considering ans bright sand/ red sand too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTerry View Post
    I wanna wait after decomm my shrimp tank because i dont want waste the onyx sand.. its grey color... considering ans bright sand/ red sand too...
    lapis sand might look good too


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavan View Post
    lapis sand might look good too


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    Cool! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTerry View Post
    Cool! Thanks
    how is the tank doing? i have a sand only tank and i'm worried about the pH and hardness of the water without aquasoil to buffer. the nanas doing ok?


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    Hi Gavan, I haven't put in substrate into my betta tank yet. As my 30G tank dry start may run abit longer than I expected.... but my anabias was doing ok in my previous betta tank with ph around 8

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    my humble low tech planted discus tank. Not really a walstad method tank but similar. I have 2 canister filters and I perform water change almost daily about 20 to 30% due to the massive feeding for the discus. I only have gravvel in the tank as the substrate. I inserted some cheap lotus root tabs near to the plants at the initial stage and no dosing since then. I started this tank in Feb 2017 without plants but I changed my mind 1 month later as I encountered some water quality issues. It has been 7 months since I added plants, a lot of the plants couldn't survive in this tank but eventually there are survivors.
    25L planted guppy tank, 160L angelfish tank, 240L planted discus tank.

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    Setup this on 25/10 for my betta..... hoping to give him couple of friends....... not hopeful plants will strive gracefully, just hoping they dont die lol

    Onyx sand

    Nutrient dosing
    Seachem flourish & NPK once a week

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    3 Boraras
    2 Bristlenose plecos
    5 chocolate gouramis
    10 cherry shrimps
    Unknown number of mini ramshorn snail and malayan trumpet snails

    Plants are mostly java fern in the background, one bunch of Rotala Rotundifolia, couple stalks of Hydrocotyle tripartita, 1 crypt, some pellia here and there , duckweed and frogbits floating on the surface and 3 air plants hanging on the wood above the surface.

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