09-17-2006, 10:28 AM
Join Date: Sep 2006
| | Adding Movement to a Large Aquarium
I have a 90 gallon that I am adding CO2 to next week. I will be using the aquariumplants.com regulator, solenoid, bubble counter and the reactor they have on their site.
The growth in my aquarium is phenomenal due to the amounts of natural light in my room. I use 130W of power compact lighting. I have noticed, tho there seems to be spots that do better than others at moving dead leaves along and at plants growing. I have the entire right side planted with lloydiella, but there are patches that grow much slower than the rest.
I was thinking of putting the reactor in that side.
I also use (2) XP3 filters with sprayars. Right now they are pointed at a 45 degree angle to the top.
Should I angle the spray bars down, to move the water better?
Will the pump from the reactor help move that water?
Should I not worry about it?
Thanks in advance!