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"Tree of Woes" & "Roots of Woe"

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Dennis Singh, May 22, 2017.

  1. Dennis Singh

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    Double journal here


    60 gallon standard


    nature styley tank


    to be entered into iaplc this year free entry


    "Roots of Woe"


    40 breeder


    dutch hybrid to dutch tank styley


    "Tree of Woes"


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  2. burr740

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    Not bad Dennis but the plants seem a little pale. Maybe you need more ferts. L)
     
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    Hahahahahaha


    Moderator? What is this? When did this happen? :rolleyes:
     
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    Tree of Woes




    Tree of Woes was actually supposed to be uprooted withered tree of woes however when it came down to putting the roots down and all and glueing/tying moss i just couldn't compile it all together whether it be i needed the energy to do it...or didn't put enough effort into doing it, as the twigs wold keep rearranging or falling


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    ooh my oh my, I spy with my little eye


    another amazing scape ill have to subscribe to.


    *ludwigia red on that tree?* also are those pea puffers? look so natural in that environment you have there :)
     
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    Heck no, I'm not doing that unnatural tree, never no way....


    Yeah those are pea puffers, i think in the past i had 3 deaths, i want more to fill in the tank, but quantity can get pretty costly
     
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    Paint the tree pink and put it in the tank.


    kidding aside:


    yea nano fish once you put them in a tank that, isn't a nano... $$$$$
     
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    Tree of Woes




    So this got torn down:


    collectors/farm tank


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    got a new batch of africana soil to cap the current


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    just poured it right on top with the remaining water inside


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    leveling it here and there with my hands


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    finished product


    let debris settle and clear before planting otherwise your plants will be all dusty


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    Rip farm tank.
     
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    Tree of Woes




    Here are the plants i used


    buce moss


    mini pellis


    hc


    dwarf hairgrass mini


    rotala mexicana goias


    syn uaupes


    syn giant


    rotala mexicana red


    syn lago grande


    syn hybrid


    syn madeira


    syn belem


    ludwigia pantanal


    thinking to add AR opicus, but not sure where to spot


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    This will be one heck of scape with these rares.
     
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    Roots of Woe




    Roots of Woe set up:


    initial setup, stump and 3-4 other pieces in place


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    stump with 3-4 other pieces


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    Roots of Woe




    Roots of Woe setup:


    ignore the right side, its irrelevant


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    see how this is kind've forming?


    pic extensive heavy this thread will be, so vb might be better than xenforo in this case, sorry Jason!
     
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    What kind of moss are you using on the logs?
     
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    Hi burr, thank you for your reply


    I am using vietnam, christmas and weeping


    chistmas on the manzanita filled up bottom right got torn up, too much stir up from my fish and i couldn't keep it clean, you'll see later on


    weeping on the twigs towards the top


    vietnam on the main stump, which seem to got detritus as well...


    thanks for your question
     
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    What fish was that in the first pic? pretty :D
     
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    That pretty sucker is a powder blue jack dempsey, i got 3 now. They're doing well with the bigger severs


    thanks!


    Correction: lol, sorry, thats a wild caught severum, wrong forum, my bad...
     
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    Roots of Woe




    continuing on...


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    I cant tell if its on the inside of the glass or the outside, or maybe even the camera but:


    Ya need some Windex!
     
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    Haha we're getting there...patience
     
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