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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 5:02 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 Nice  thread,  Sumit.  Hrishi.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:09 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 My  dream  ever  was  discuss  too  &  I  am  living  it  now  Wink  got  6  to  start  with......
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:30 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 good  to  see  if  people's  dream  come  true.even  i  had  a  dream  that  one  day  i'll  make  a  planted  tank.from  last  sunday  i  fulfill  that  dream  ROFL  .now  my  next  dream  is  as  i  mentioned  earlier  that  i'll  keep  1  discus  tank,1  planted  tank  and  1  marine  tank  simultaneously.  Thumbs Up  now  i  keep  discus  and  planted  tank  simultaneously.hopefully  i'll  fulfill  my  dream  with  in  2-3  years.  Cheering
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:16 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 @Hrishi:  Dude  i  like  the  way  you  come  with  all  new  unique  threads,  keep  it  up.  I  am  sure  each  and  every  member  on  IAH  if  given  million  rupees  (to  spend  as  per  their  wish)  they  will  spend  each  and  every  bit  of  it  on  aquariums.  The  desire  and  love  for  this  hobby  is  limitless.  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 8:33 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 my  utmost  desire  is  to  setup  a  marine  tank,  keep  arowanas.  Sad
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 10:27 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 A  planted  discus  tank  would  be  at  the  top  of  my  wishlist!
 But  somehow  I  have  never  been  able  to  spot  a  perfectly  planted  tank  with  discus  at  the  prime  of  their  health!Somewhere  down  the  line  I  believe  a  compromise  has  to  be  reached  for  these  two  to  coexist.
 Till  I  find  out  the  secret  recipe  it  would  remain  just  as  a  goal-a  symbol  of  my  ultimate  achievement!
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:13 pm Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 fish  room  if  you  ask  me.its  on  the  pipeline,but  not  yet...  dont  have  the  big  $$$  at  present   Crying or Very sad  
 large  wall  tanks.500gal  or  so.  one  native  tank  with  large  catfishes,including  native  and  SA  ones..
 (1000gal  tank..  Very Happy  )
 a  solo  serrasalmus  piranha  is  a  dream  too.manueli.(not  available  in  india)
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 7:00 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 500  or  1000  gallon  tank  Punch   Give Hug   Dog
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:37 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 Wow,good  to  recieve  so  many  replies.
 Thank  you  all.
 Sid  -   I  am  the  author  of  this  thread,not  Sumit   ROFL  
 Ifish  -   Good  to  hear  that  your  dream  of  keeping  discuss  has  finally  come  true.
 Titash  -  Dont  worry  bro,you  would  soon  be  keeping  arowanas.
 Aquarius  -  I  agree  with  you.I  guess  the  real  beauty  of  the  king  comes  in  his  planted  kingdom  only   Very Happy  
 Matrix  -  Yup,the  hunger  to  achieve  more  in  this  hobby  is  indeed  endless.
 Keep  them  coming  guys   Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 9:45 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

                                                   
aquarius  wrote  (View  Post):                
A  planted  discus  tank  would  be  at  the  top  of  my  wishlist!
 But  somehow  I  have  never  been  able  to  spot  a  perfectly  planted  tank  with  discus  at  the  prime  of  their  health!Somewhere  down  the  line  I  believe  a  compromise  has  to  be  reached  for  these  two  to  coexist.
 Till  I  find  out  the  secret  recipe  it  would  remain  just  as  a  goal-a  symbol  of  my  ultimate  achievement!                

 
 Your  wish  is  not  very  difficult.  You  can  keep  discus  easily  in  a  planted  tank.  Before  one  year  this  is  a  very  difficult  task  for  me  but  now  it  is  very  easy.
 
 1.  Setup  a  planted  tank.  Don't  use  plants  require  low  temperature.
 2.  After  1-2  month,  add  4-5  discus.  Discus  should  be  3+  inch  size.
 3.  Change  50%  water  after  2-3  days.  I  change  50-60%  water  twice  a  week.
 4.  Don't  over  feed  Discus.
 5.  Used  fertilizers  in  minimum  quantity  before  night  of  water  change.
 6.  Control  temperature  between  27  to  30  degree  Celsius.
 7.  Don't  overcrowd  the  tank  with  fish  population.  
 
 Within  3-4  month  you  will  have  lush  green  planted  discus  tank.
 
 Best  of  Luck.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 10:51 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 That  is  nice  information  you  have  shared  Mr  Rajeev.
 Btw,what  if  we  intend  on  using  co2  in  our  discuss  planted  tank?
 I  guess  it  would  alter  the  ph  too...
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 10:59 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

                                                   
hrishi007  wrote  (View  Post):                
That  is  nice  information  you  have  shared  Mr  Rajeev.
 Btw,what  if  we  intend  on  using  co2  in  our  discuss  planted  tank?
 I  guess  it  would  alter  the  ph  too...                

 
 CO2  will  not  create  any  big  problem.  My  tank  Green  Desert  is  the  example  of  such  a  tank.  Everything  should  be  in  control.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:00 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 Oh  ok..Btw,are  you  using  pressurised  setup  in  your  green  desert?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:01 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 Hrishi  nice  thread   Thumbs Up  
 It  seems  my  list  is  long:
 Firstly  one  of  my  dream  completed  two  months  back  which  was  having  multiple  tanks,
 and  
 about  fishes  I  always  wanted  to  keep  but  I  can't
 
 1.  Arowana  and  Monster  fishes_Reason  -  Space,  can't  accomaodate  more  than  3  feet  tank  currently
 2.  Discuss_Reason  -  Extensive  care  (currently  I  cant  give  more  time)
 3.  Planted  Tank_Reason  -  Space  (  Don't  have  space  in  my  mini  fish  room  which  is  in  balcony  to  keep  pressurise  CO2  cylinder  and  other  stuff)
 4.  Marine  Tank_Reason  -  Maintanance  and  cost.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:04 am Post subject: Re: Eagerness to keep which FISH? Reply with quote

 Hey  Hems,you  can  fullfill  your  planted  tank  dream  by  having  a  nano  tank  with  some  hardy  plants  like  ferns,nanas  etc..wont  be  needing  to  provide  co2  then   Very Happy
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