aninda wrote:I believe in karma. That means I can do bad things to people I don't like and assume they deserved it.
arnab wrote:I am maintaining an one feet cube for last 6 months. I would say it is a success.
honestly I dont spend much time in checking proper parameters, once the tank was settled everything came into place. Yes I check nitrate levels sometimes, but with low bioload and very little feeding it helps.
I have had an anemone (carrot), clown and damsel. I have a HOB and a power head and few LEDs. I do 50% WC evry month.
What I have learnt is less experiement you do your tank remains ok more.
xarg0n wrote:Tirtha da, The DT tank is only referred imo as nano, though technically it will have much more water volume than a nano. But most of the people dont see under the table.
Look and feel of nano while actually having more water volume is definitely a plus.
If you use mh then look out for 70 watts fixtures, one of these should do fine. Kelvin rating of 12-14000 should be ideal. But also for mH the lamp should be changed every six months
else corals will turn brown due to high UV charges. Also, try to use a lamp which is single ended mogul based, they tend to have less UV radiation than double ended ones.
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