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  1. dan1977

    dan1977 Junior Poster

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    Default Hello from Romania
    I have an aquarium of 240 liters
    -CO2 pressure (Dupla pH controller)
    -substrate cables (Dennerle 24W)
    -4 x 54W T5 (1 JBL Solar , 2 Juwel (nature and day) and 1 plant grow (aquamedic)
    -2 JBL E900 Crystal profi
    -9W UV JBL -1 (very rarely use it only in extreme cases)
    Fertile substrate using Deponitmix (Dennerle) and infertile substrate i use vulcanit (Aquamedic).
    Also use line ferilizare Denner (A1 daily, E15, V30, Plantagold),and some DYi macro.
    I started this set-up 3 days ago.All blanks will be filled by hemiantus cuba(HC)
    Send me your opinions.
    I wish you clear waters all!!!
     
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    Welcome to the Barr Report forum!

    Greetings from the Caribbean Basin. I'm a newby myself (keeping planted tanks since May 2008).

    You do have too much light in there! I would consider using only one lamp for a tank like yours. Maybe adding another light for two or three hours to simulate noon time trough your photoperiod but not more than that.

    I do like your aquascaping, nice terrain shape and driftwood pieces you got there. Once you get the HC post some pics.

    Pepetj
    Santo Domingo
     
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    Thanks for the tips! Advised me for how much time i must use the lights.Can you give me a lighting program. How long and how?!I use for now 2 juwel (day and nature) 6h/day.over some time i large time lighting 8h/day.In 3 weeks I will plant hemiantus cuba and i start aquamedic plant grow.Its oke?

    Greetings!
     
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    Hi,

    Looks great so far and very healthy... I like that you have a nice fish load and the fish can be seen :)

    Very pretty. I like the hardscape and the sloping as well..

    Another 2-3 months to fill in and it will look very nice indeed.

    Best wishes.
     
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    Thanks,Gerry!
     
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    I lilke wery much your aquarium and i really admire your start. Wery nice driftwood and good ideea of arrangement.

    PS. MULT NOROC DAN SI SA IL VEDEM MATURIZAT
     
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    I did enjoy :)

    Looks good. Keep us posted as time goes by..

    You may want to take single pictures over time and add as a slideshow. Is fun to see how the scape has progressed over time..
     
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