Thank you.WOW that's beautiful!! You have to have been doing this quite a while!
What's the plant weepign over the log in the middle? What are the reds in the back from left to right?
For the cardinal tetras, there are probably around 200 of them.how many cardinal tetras are in the tank? Can you give us the specs of your tank? Your discus are living the high life!
such a stunning tank!
more pics please
What is the size of this tank? How do you keep dosing ferts and maintaining?
If you have more specific questions, please let me know.The specs of my Tank:
Rena 1.5 meter - 450 liter
light 1.25 WPL (T5)
Teco TR-15 Chiller
CO2 + PH controller + 2 outside reactors
2 X Eheim pro 3 2028
Automatic water change (100% RO) 100% a week.
Under substrate Heating cable - Rena 15m 100W
Substrate - 1st layer Pumice 2cm, 2nd layer Pumice+peat+humus 3cm, 3rd layer JBL Aquabasis 2cm, 4th layer crushed quartz 5cm.
Water Param.: PH 5.9, KH 1.5, CO2 40ppm, NO3 15, PO4 1.5, TDS 275ms, GH 2, Temp 25.5c
Automatic DIY fertilization with peristaltic pumps - KNO3, KH2PO4, KCL, MgSO4, Iron gluconate, Iron EDTA, CSM+B, Flourish Excel (PPS Pro alike).
rountreesj, sorry, I didn't understand the question, what do you mean "keep the bottoms of the plants from dying off"? Why should they die?My big question is how do you keep the bottoms of the plants from dying off...? Do you slope the substrate an extreme amount?