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What is considered "heavily planted"?

Discussion in 'Planted Aquariums' started by Jennifer G., Nov 22, 2017.

  1. FreshyFresh

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    This is my 55g I described above. Every one of these plants were plastic tube or bag plants that were in bad shape when I bought them (on sale). No specific ferts or CO2 added. Chunky black gravel with some colors mixed in. I don't gravel vac. Tank gets a weekly 25-30gal water change.
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    Wow that is a really healthy looking tank you've got there! Having basic gravel I'd imagine not gravel vaccing is proving to be beneficial ;)

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