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Well with some experimenting with the co2, the plants should do well.
Do you do regular water changes?
I ask because you'll likely need to dose water column ferts too for all the stems, and if you do water changes, I'd reccomend "Estimative Index" fertilisation. If the tanks well stocked, then just a "micro" fertiliser should work, such as flourish comprehensive or "csm+b"
I said I would try my hands at a 40 gal before I tackle the 610 gal and here it is. This is the first 2 weeks. These are camera phone pic so bear with me. More updates to come before the big one. 40 gallon breeder 1.jpg
I've added fish 8 roseline torpedo barbs 4 tetras and 10 zebra danios and they are doing great 95% of my plants are adjusting well, but a few seem to be loosing leaves (Alternanthera reineckii roseafolia) and that is to be expected until they acclimate and get strong roots I hope. Still learning everyday, the dirt substrate also releases gas periodically and when I poke it with my plant tweezers.