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|08-12-2012 10:00 AM|
|BradSD||It is actually a little large but it might work. I notice some dense rocks underneath so you might be alright. Next time you set one up go with sand or a very dense gravel.|
|08-12-2012 09:52 AM|
|KukaaKatchou||Talked to the guy I ordered my plants from ... the ones that don't get planted come attached to rocks. I went and bought fishing line to attach the moss to my driftwood. The lindernia I need to plant the bottom inch. He recommends gravel substrate over rocks ... isn't gravel just small rocks? I attached a picture of my tank - do I need to change my substrate? (please say no!)|
|08-12-2012 09:34 AM|
Originally Posted by mursey View Post
You can kill any eggs with a 1 part bleach to 19 parts water bleach solution or potassium permanganate which is available from Jungle in a dilute form for aquariums.
It's called Clear.
|08-12-2012 09:32 AM|
Pretty light and pricey
|08-12-2012 09:23 AM|
Also this has a great discussion!
|08-12-2012 09:20 AM|
Originally Posted by PixelatedPaint View Post
I have another suggestion --several really experienced folks in another forum 5the planted tank have posted amazing info and are using PAR values and color spectrum rather than watts.
For a 2.5 tank they recommend 6500 K spectrum (full daylight) CFL bulb in a dome light.
|08-12-2012 07:45 AM|
|Romad||Hitchhikers = snails. I just rinse each plant really really well and check for the little clingers before I plant them in my main tank.|
|08-12-2012 04:06 AM|
|mursey||What kind of hitchhikers? I too just ordered some plants as a newbie. I don't want hitchhikers!! I have enough problems :)|
|08-11-2012 12:08 PM|
|Destinystar||Sounds great ! Be sure and QT them in some conditioned water for a few days to check for hitchhikers.|
|08-11-2012 12:04 PM|
I am not sure If I am allowed to link to another site here, but this is a link to a nice calculator. It can calculate it for you easily...at least the min.
low to med light plants in a 5 gal should be 8W depending how deep-tall the tank is.
for med to high light plants you would need 19 or so W
This is for a standard 5 gallon.
I use the calculator cus i am horrid with numbers. xD You really shouldn't have any issues though with what you listed. IMHO it is more than enough.
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