Its Starting To Look Like A Tank

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sfsamm said:
Love that driftwood! I'm looking for something just like it!
pssst...I've got some just like or very similar that i'm not using... bet you i won't be able to send it to you for some reason from nz but i wish i could!
 

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Jenoli42 said:
pssst...I've got some just like or very similar that i'm not using... bet you i won't be able to send it to you for some reason from nz but i wish i could!
Hahahaha it's SOOOooo perfect for what I'm building now!
 
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DuaneV said:
Looks good but if you leave that Java Fern with its rhizome buried it wont live long.
Can you advise on planting method?
 

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Rhizome plants cant be planted traditionally, they must be tied or glued to wood or rocks (or wedged between something) as their rhizomes will rot if theyre buried in substrate.
 
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I got excited

Hunter1 said:
Tank looks great!

My favorite is the salt and pepper substrate. What is that?

Honestly i cant remember. It was some kind of chilid blend which i liked. It haa zero nutrient or nothing im it, hence my abundance of ferts.

Next time im at the store ill take a pic of it for you
 

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I had serious issues with Flourish, Excel and Trace. You may want to do some hardcore research. None of my "easy" plants respond well to those.
 
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