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10 gallon planted

Description: This is my first attempt at a planted aquarium. I use organic carbon and aquarium plant food. Lighting is two 20w flourescent bulbs. Its stocked with about 8 guppies, 1 moor, 4 platys, 1 ghost shrimp and a golden algae eater. YES...I keep an eye on my parameters...lol.

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MiZzChelle

Registered: 02/2006
Location: Michigan
Posts: 13

hello, I have a 29 Gallon aquarium ( i have pictures too) if you'd like to see. right now i have fake plants in there, i was just wondering if the real plants are difficult to raise or take care of, my tank is alot of work already, but if real plants aren't TOO much work, id like to invest in some. thanks. ~Michelle~ username : MizzChelle Rating: 5/5 
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