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Re: 1 feet nano - Need help

Postby subhendu421 » Sun Dec 03, 2017 6:47 pm

With Dirt you are bound to have algae initially as there are too much nutrient. You have to have regular water changes and it will go away
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Re: 1 feet nano - Need help

Postby kumar » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:46 am

bro, I am no expert. But my humble suggestion would be to use a tank with less or no scratches. Plants are turning out so beautiful and scratches are taking out the beauty of over all look.
Its a small tank, so I think you could have got a new one to begin with.

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Re: 1 feet nano - Need help

Postby Atanu » Thu Dec 21, 2017 2:11 pm

Haha. if my aquarium survive this time, will buy a new one. 6 aquarium now, all are full with scratches due to heavy iron this area. :(
btw, I kept the aquarium at emerged state for few days to remove algae, now again filled with water. lets see how it behaves this time. it had a good growth mainly moss when emerged.
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Re: 1 feet nano - Need help

Postby Atanu » Sun Jan 21, 2018 12:08 pm

This time got success :)

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after some changes (replaced moss as it was taking most of the space), it now looks like:

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Time to get a new aquarium now :)
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