01-26-2012, 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by willow
wow great pictures,thanks for sharing.
Originally Posted by Clubber
Wow, it's better than anything I was able to imagine that's for sure! I absolutely love it. I don't know about the vals. I've had them die off in set ups where I (assumed) everything was perfect from the lighting to the ferts. Everything else is looking good. Love the anubias, ludwigia and whatever that is at the very top right of the tank.
Haha why thank you! And ahh hopefully they survive. My pH might be too low for them, idk. It is probably around 6.5 now. Maybe a little lower.. If they die I might get more of the curly plant in the corner right next to it if they do die off.
And thanks again, that stuff is great
Originally Posted by Byron
That is a lovely aquascape, nice work indeed.
To answer your questions on the plants: I don't see anything I have not seen on my plants, so let them settle. Plants introduced into a new environment often take time to adjust and establish, and when that new environment is also a new tank and not a biologically-established one, even more so. It is a bit early to ascertain any specific nutrient issues, if they exist. After 3-4 weeks it will tell us more.
A very nice aquarium.
Thanks so much
And ahh ok. Good to know that they still have a chance. I guess about the end of February I will know.
I appreciate it, Hopefully the plants will spread out and grow more in the next few months ^^