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Ok here's another you might not seen. I can never remember where I post what. I love pics haha! I don't have it going anymore, this was when I first started it, maybe 6 months to a year in
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Lol, it was my krib tank. Lots of baby kribs. My goal was color for this tank. I can't seem to acheive that in my deep tanks. This one is only 18" deep.
 
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angelcraze said:
Ok here's another you might not seen. I don't have it going anymore, this was when I first started it, maybe 6 months to a year in
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Lol, it was my krib tank. Lots of baby kribs. My goal was color for this tank. I can't seem to acheive that in my deep tanks. This one is only 18" deep.
That was very nice.i see u got the aquascaping touch. Lol those look really good.
 

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Thank you very much, but the dirted tanks help a lot. As for aquascaping, i'm big into art, yes. Just my thing ha!
 
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angelcraze said:
Thank you very much, but the dirted tanks help a lot. As for aquascaping, i'm big into art, yes. Just my thing ha!
Yea it shows.
 

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Do you guys know if anyone has tried this method for tub ponds? It has me thinking now?
 

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I know someone who dirts his pond. Try it!
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Do you guys know if anyone has tried this method for tub ponds? It has me thinking now?
Just might help to read up on it a bit first. But ime, plants just LoVe dirt and if I plant up from the start, algae stays away. Harder to do in a pond, but blocking light with floating plants can really help. That's assuming there are no goldfish or koi because they demolish plants!
 
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Foxxway said:
Do you guys know if anyone has tried this method for tub ponds? It has me thinking now?
Never tried it but I don't see any reason why it shouldn't work.
 
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