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My Tank Problem

Discussion in 'Journals' started by Morfis, Jan 6, 2021.

  1. Morfis

    Morfis New Member

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    Hi all!

    I had my first planted tank in 2007. That was a progressive tank which means no planning. Dump the plants as you get it, learn the methods, add CO2 later etc. Then I stopped it because my family found me spending too much time on it.

    For four years I didn't have any tank. Now I setup a nano tank. The specs are below

    Light - Chihiros wrgb
    Substrate - fluvial stratum and ADA Powersand
    Filter - canister.. Dophin (works well as of now)
    Co2- yes
    Canister media - Seachem matrix, Fluval ceramic media, Seachem purigen, carbon, renew and zeolite
    Hardscape - dragon stone, a few driftwood
    Chihiros doctor

    Plants - tons of it. The following I can remember

    Bucephalandra - 10 varities
    Moss - Java, Christmas, weeping, ricardia.
    Rotala - 3 varieties ( rotunafolia - high red, pink and marcanda butterfly)
    Ludwiga Senegalese

    Micromatheum umbrosum ( maybe).
    Dwarf hair grass
    Anubias nana petite

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    Morfis New Member

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    The problems include

    Brown patches on leaves
    Twisted leaves for on particular spieces
    Hair algae
    Some brush algae
    Anubias melting
    Holmalomena sedaku south melted completely.
     
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