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  1. El Natural
    Hi everyone. I have 2 walstad tanks and love them to pieces, but I'm having trouble understanding something. I know that I'm supposed to get rid of the decaying aquatic leaves in order to keep organics manageable. However, I know some biotopes utilize a great deal of decaying terrestrial leaf...
  2. Plant Deficiencies
    Hi.. today i noticed that few leaves in NYMPHAEA LOTUS 'RED' are turning transparent.. Please advice me on this??? :(:( 25 gallon NO3- 10 mg/l NO2 - 0 mg/l GH - >21°d KH - 15°d PH - 8.0 Cl2 - 0 DIY CO2
  3. New to Planted Aquariums
    Hello i am new to this website, so please excuse if i am going the wrong way I have a specific problem of having holes in my lotus leaves. I have gone through this website and have seen similar post , but my problem seems to be different when i try and analyse the symtoms. Here are a few details...
  4. Algae
    Hi guys, I have a planted 60 liter tank (60x30x40), stable for over a year, pH ranging from 6.8-7.0, substrate ise arthworm humus, and pool filter sand. I add liquid fertilizer 2x a week after every tpa, co2 cilindoer and addition of organic carbon daily. At the moment my light broken and I'm...
  5. El Natural
    Hello all, I thought I'd share this nice little article on leaf litter in the aquarium. I wasn't sure which forum was most appropriate but I figured all us natural tank people would appreciate another natural way to make our fish healthy and happy...
  6. Plant Deficiencies
    Hi all, I have a 30 gallon tank that is low/ambient light with a several anubias in there. I thought that since it was just anubias I would not have to fertilize or do much, but I think since I have so many there is some nutrient deficiency in the water. The most delicate plant has some leaves...
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