I will also use this on my latest tank.Lights look good,
I do have a finnex 24/7 sitting around here I think, was going to use it on my latest tank, but had a BML that I used instead.
Not sure how much you were looking at for the doser, but it looks like $67 on amazon to me, when I was looking a bit over a year ago, they were ~$80-100
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed the read, makes it all worth the effort of documenting it. Swords will do that lolWow look at those! Obviously they like what youre doing! Looks just like what my amazon swords have done in my 55g...
Ive no clue on why your fish are slow growers, thats odd. Hopefully someone has an answer.
Beautiful tank, I enjoyed the read through and progress!
It was an amazing plant to experience, just bulletproof like no other plant I've ever encountered. I still have a couple pieces of it floating in my 20L with an old tube light that I rarely remember to turn on and is housing like 3 shrimp so NO bio-load for several months now! And it grows so big and beautiful, very rewarding. But of course I have more lol. It has half taken over my low light/tech 29g in the past few months. It certainly can't stay there though! Not after I've see these roots lol. I want to try it in the pond next summer, even though it's not a fast grower.Wow, Jen, you really did some big time weeding! I'll miss the crypt. u. but I know (hope) you have some back ups in another tank. Those were some awesome roots!
Yeah, I blame your weird water for some of the fish stunting. But (trying to make you feel better), my F1 & 2 sewellias are much smaller than any wild caughts I've ever seen...by almost half...your dennisoni barbs look great! They don't "look" stunted, nice body shape & color, maybe they're just slow growers for you...
That's weird! lol My BN and kuhli don't bother any of my plants or dig. But I think your growth issue is to do with hardness. These crypts seem to love the hard water I have. One more reason I hate getting rid of them, one of the few plants that not only tolerate my water but actually like it.True confessions: my c. u. from you is also stunted Both my BN & peppermint loach constantly dig near/on it. It's still alive...but nowhere near 30 " . I don't know why they like to dig there, maybe you gave me some fish attracting roots . I have the same root tabs in other places but they don't notice.