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post #1 of 8 Old 04-08-2012, 01:01 AM Thread Starter
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A couple shots of my 75 gal

The house is quite, gettin ready to turn the lights out..took a couple of shots..
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post #2 of 8 Old 04-08-2012, 07:23 AM
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Nice tank I really have to get my butt in gear and post some recent pics.

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post #3 of 8 Old 04-08-2012, 08:48 AM
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Awesome!!

great look, I like the long grass, need me some of that in my tank! its what is missing...

how do you get it to thicken out like that? do you buy it as a bunch, then separate it into single, or smaller bunches and then plant close together? or does it spread on its own??

What is it called?

would be cool to see full pictures of your tank!
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WOW! Grate looking tank there, I lift my hat to you(if I had one on )

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Very nice! I'd love a tank that thickly planted.

I'm guessing a high tech setup?
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Awesome!!

great look, I like the long grass, need me some of that in my tank! its what is missing...

how do you get it to thicken out like that? do you buy it as a bunch, then separate it into single, or smaller bunches and then plant close together? or does it spread on its own??

What is it called?

would be cool to see full pictures of your tank!
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The tall ribbon plant is Jungle Val...spreads real fast, I have pulled as many as 100 plants from this tant. An I need to do it again..
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Very nice! I'd love a tank that thickly planted.

I'm guessing a high tech setup?
Not High Tec at all, No Co2..filtered by 2 magnum 350s..I feed API LEAF ZONE every other week.
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Not High Tec at all, No Co2..filtered by 2 magnum 350s..I feed API LEAF ZONE every other week.
I'm jelous, very nice job.

I have a coupel planted tanks but I doubt they'll ever get that much growth. I'm also low tech with mine, keeps it nice and simple.
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