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  Topic: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
sudhirr

Replies: 5
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PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Mon Nov 25, 2019 1:20 pm   Subject: Re: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
I have added more Anubias, Java Fern, Windelow ferns and moss. Doing decent with the winter kicking in.
  Topic: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
sudhirr

Replies: 8
Views: 418

PostForum: Lighting for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:25 am   Subject: Re: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
My new set of lights wrgb a plus with built in Bluetooth control came in about 45 days.
For about 20-25 days was stuck in customs in Kolkatta but all is well that ends well.
The light is simply awesome for dawn and dusk simulation. The plants and fishes take a nice hue.
Very pleased.
  Topic: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
sudhirr

Replies: 8
Views: 418

PostForum: Lighting for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 4:21 pm   Subject: Re: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
Saif9999 wrote (View Post):
Yes, avalable there, but many reviews pointing out that they had to pay custom. Did you pay customs? Is it safe order 8k worth product from aliexpress? because there's no communication.


I have purchased for max 2.5k from Aliexpress and did not have to pay anything extra.
  Topic: Need help in building a 40g planted tank
sudhirr

Replies: 5
Views: 309

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 6:38 am   Subject: Re: Need help in building a 40g planted tank
sir, depends on low tech or high tech. CO2 injection or no CO2 (or liquid carbon dosing). The choice of plants depends on this. Substrate selection depends on plant selection. e.g. on a largely stones and driftwood with only epiphyte plants (anubias, ferns, mosses, buces), you can go ahead with an inert substate or sand also. Based on plants selection and tank depth and substrate height the lighting should be chosen and/or the timing should be adjusted.
  Topic: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
sudhirr

Replies: 8
Views: 418

PostForum: Lighting for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 5:25 am   Subject: Re: I am Looking to Buy Chihiros WRGB 30.
Available on Aliexpress. I have ordered couple of chihiros lights from there and got good exp. The only downside is that lights will take 25-30 days to arrive. So we need to plan ahead.
  Topic: Wtb anubias coffeefolia
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 234

PostForum: Want to Buy - Hobbyist Only   Posted: Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:08 pm   Subject: Re: Wtb anubias coffeefolia
waseemmik wrote (View Post):
Thank you... Sorry for not replying sooner. I bought from another site https://aquaticplants.co.in/


great site thanks for posting.
  Topic: Need help deciding Co2 regulator and cylinder.
sudhirr

Replies: 7
Views: 342

PostForum: CO2 Equipment for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:14 pm   Subject: Re: Need help deciding Co2 regulator and cylinder.
waseemmik wrote (View Post):
Buy all in one regulator plus solenoid plus needle valve plus non return valve combo by wyin from aliexpress.... Its great. I using it since 3 months. Its very very good.


Thanks, was evaluating this.
  Topic: Wtb anubias coffeefolia
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 234

PostForum: Want to Buy - Hobbyist Only   Posted: Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:10 pm   Subject: Re: Wtb anubias coffeefolia
Thanks for the info.
  Topic: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
sudhirr

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Views: 9509

PostForum: Breeding & Fry Care   Posted: Sat Oct 05, 2019 3:00 am   Subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
Blesson87 wrote (View Post):
Hi sudhir, grew them up and sold them to finance other breeding projects. Was focusing on breeding peru gold stripe corys and farlowela whip tails but I have to move and I am selling all my setups unfortunately.


Moving is tough, good luck with the move. Hope you resetup quickly once you have settled.
  Topic: Bamboo Rock for aquascape - Looking for feedback
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 325

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 9:29 am   Subject: Re: Bamboo Rock for aquascape - Looking for feedback
Bamboo rocks in the scape.

  Topic: Aquarium plant fertliser
sudhirr

Replies: 1
Views: 201

PostForum: Macro and Micro Fertilisers   Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:51 pm   Subject: Re: Aquarium plant fertliser
I am a beginner as well, but Amazon swords are heavy root feeders and take nutrients from the substrate. So the substrate should be nutrient rich and not inert.
You have mentioned that you have used sand as a substrate and this may be an inert substrate.

As far as I know there is no good all in one fertiliser, some need root tabs, some need additives in the water column. Macros micros on alternate days or weekly once.
Some need iron extra may be. Each plant type has specific needs. Tropica is a good place for references.
  Topic: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
sudhirr

Replies: 5
Views: 394

PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2019 4:43 pm   Subject: Re: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
You are right, all plants don't need injected CO2. I have been running a low tech planted tank for the last one year.
Means no CO2 injection, decent amount of light - LED strip light, weekly water changes and dosing excel, macros and micros in half of recommended dosages.
Its been working decent so far.

Plants I have had good experience: Bacopa monnieri, Hygrophila corymbosa (both stem plants and background plants).
Foreground carpet Sagittaria subulata has given me good results, but with root tabs and lots of patience.

Plants like Moss and Anubias and Java fern are expected to do well in a low tech tank, I am just starting out on them.
In a low tech you will have little bit of algae, use algae eaters to keep them in check till the system matures.
  Topic: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
sudhirr

Replies: 5
Views: 394

PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Thu Sep 19, 2019 1:16 pm   Subject: Re: 15" x 15" Tank - Questions on Rebuild
Assuming it is a low tech setup, please correct me if you are having CO2 or planning to add pressurised or DIY CO2 for the revamp?
What lights you are having?
You have mentioned substrate and gravel, what type of substrate are you using.

These information determine what type of plants you can keep. HOB filters are good enough for planted setups. Or you can go for canister filters, but I don't have exp with them.

15'' cube setup or what's the depth of the tank?
If you want fish for planted setup, then you have a variety of tetras, danios, rasboras, smaller rainbows and/or algae eaters and shrimps you can keep.

I am not sure about LFS in Bangalore North, but you can order plants and equipment online:
https://www.sreepadma.com
http://aquaswild.com/
http://finsnflora.com/
http://aquabynature-shop.com/

Fish online you can try with http://avreusaquatics.com I can recommend them.
  Topic: Container pricing and sources in Bangalore/BLR/Bengaluru
sudhirr

Replies: 2
Views: 173

PostForum: Outdoor Containers   Posted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 7:47 pm   Subject: Re: Container pricing and sources in Bangalore/BLR/Bengaluru
A reference image would help.
  Topic: Removing Scratch from Acrylic Aquarium - Please Help
sudhirr

Replies: 5
Views: 1208

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Wed Sep 18, 2019 7:38 pm   Subject: Re: Removing Scratch from Acrylic Aquarium - Please Help
@Sujoy, thanks for the info, I will test this out.
 
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