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No filter, ferts, or co2 dirted tank

Discussion in 'Planted Aquarium Journals' started by King puff, Jul 16, 2018.

  1. King puff

    King puff Fish Crazy

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    Its been a while since I posted but I recently got another tank! I have been dying to try out a no co2, ferts, or filter dirted tank and have finally done it.

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    Brace yourself! I was surprised too!!!

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    This was the picture I was sent while on vacation. I plan to clean it up when I get home!

    More pictures coming soon!

     
  2. King puff

    King puff Fish Crazy

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    I got back and was able to do some trimming. The plants grew much faster than I expected! The dwarf hair grass is finally starting to spread and may be filled in after a few more weeks.

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    The amount of surface plants is unbelievable!

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    Some more pictures

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  3. SantaMonica

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    Congrats. Yes the amount of stuff you can growth naturally, is great.
     

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