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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 4:34 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Very  nice  Dude  ...  Love  the  look  of  the  riccia
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:52 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Superb  ones  bro
 
 And  I  always  keep  postponing  my  trip  to  your  place  to  see  them  live.....  Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:06 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 absolutely  amazing  tank...I  cant  say  that  enough.  I  tried  growing  riccia  in  my  tank,  but  they  dont....so  envious!  love  the  scape  Bow
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:06 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Cool  tank.  Please  remove  the  electric  blue  rams  from  the  tank.  They  once  settled  will  kill  all  your  shrimps.  I  had  few  of  them  in  a  tank  with  loads  of  rcs  but  I  could  barely  find  any  rcs  at  the  moment.  Mine  enjoy  killing  shrimps.        And  wats  the  lonely  red  color  stem  plant
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:41 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:56 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Very  Nice  tank.  
 on  the  Assassin  snails,  I  can  also  vouch  that  they  eat  shrimp.  I  had  around  15  shrimp  and  5  assassin  snails  2  months  back,  now  there  are  no  shrimp  and  4  adult  snails  and  10  little  ones.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:53 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 beauty  buddy
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:36 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 its  wonderful  you  have  a  Lush  Green  plants  without  CO2  system...  
 
 You  have  told  that  "Plants  grow  with  the  natural  CO2  in  the  environment  as  well.  Without  CO2  you  just  need  to  be  patient"  yes  i  agree  with  that.
 
 My  doubt,  If  we  blow  a  air  into  the  water  then  it  comes  as  a  bubble  form  as  normally...  I  have  this  doubt,  When  the  Fishes  breaths   into  the  water,  why  we  cannot  able  to  see  the  bubbles.  ?   is  this  getting  dissolved  into  the  water  without  the  bubble  form.?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 12:32 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Nice  Journal  Chetan
 
 Any  link  to  buy  the  Ginseng  Tablets  online  ?  
 Is  this  available  in  the  medical  shops  ?
 Can  you  just  drop  them  in  the  tank  ?
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 2:07 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

                                                   
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its  wonderful  you  have  a  Lush  Green  plants  without  CO2  system...  
 
 You  have  told  that  "Plants  grow  with  the  natural  CO2  in  the  environment  as  well.  Without  CO2  you  just  need  to  be  patient"  yes  i  agree  with  that.
 
 My  doubt,  If  we  blow  a  air  into  the  water  then  it  comes  as  a  bubble  form  as  normally...  I  have  this  doubt,  When  the  Fishes  breaths   into  the  water,  why  we  cannot  able  to  see  the  bubbles.  ?   is  this  getting  dissolved  into  the  water  without  the  bubble  form.?
   Cheer                

 
 Because  they  have  gills  not  lungs
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:58 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 @Chetan  
 
 This  is  a  conversation  with  Imke  Jungjohann  (Shrimpsider)
 http://www.facebook.com/imke.jungjohann
 
 Pio   :  Are  ginseng  tabs  good  for  shrimps  ?
 Imke  :  You  mean  ginseng  tabs  what  humans  consume  as  food  additives?
 Pio  :  Thats  right.  A  regular  hobbyist  on  IAH  Forum  is  a  nutrition  expert  and  says  he  feeds  his  shrimps/guppies  ginseng  tabs  as  this  helps  races  who  are  prolific  in  breeding.
 Hes  not  a  shrimp  breeder.  (I  shared  this  topic  for  her  to  read)
 Imke  :  Well  I  have  never  heard  of  it  and  would  not  try  it,  as  Ginseng  contains  Saponin  which  is  toxic  to  fish.  Probably  the  dosage  matters,  but  as  we  have  approved  shrimp  safe  leaves  and  food  I  see  no  need  to  test  it  on  shrimp.  
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saponin
 Thanks  for  posting,  honestly  I  am  not  convinced  by  his  method.  It  sounds  all  too  much  as  a  wonder,  and  if  you  have  not  feed  your  shrimp  for  a  week,  they  will  come  in  bulk  on  every  waver  your  through  into  your  tank  what  smalls  eatable  some  how.  But  this  is  my  2  cent  only,  perhaps  he  is  an  avantgardist
 Pio  :  OK  Thanks.  Ill  share  your  information  on  the  forum  too.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 8:58 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 any  further  updates  !!  back  after  a  very  long  time  ,  eager  for  updates
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 03, 2014 10:46 am Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Chetan,  
 
 First  of  all  Congrats  for  keeping  such  a  beautiful  tank!!!
 I  just  went  through  your  entire  journal.
 very  well  illustrated  information  and  the  progress.  
 Besides  the  Ginsing,  what  is  the  food  you  are  using  for  RCS  and  fishes?
 Are  you  dosing  anything  for  plants  too??
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:03 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Hi  chetan,  
 
 Fantastic  set  up  and  details!
 You  have  taken  a  lot  of  pain  in  documenting  this.Hats  off  mate!
 Great  thread  and  loved  all  the  information  shared.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2014 2:07 pm Post subject: Re: It's A Jungle Out There (NonCO2 Planted Shrimp) *31Aug:P Reply with quote

 Inspired  by  your  tank  and  have  couple  of  questions.  Can  you  please  post  a  snap  of  your  light  setting  under  the  hood?
 Also  wht  is  the  source  of  your  plants  ?  and  did  you  choosed  the  plants  so  that  they  ca  survive  without  CO2  or  any  dosage?  
 
 What  is  quantity  of  Contro  soil  u  purchased  as  a  packet  and  did  u  used  the  completely?
 I  have  a   same  dimension  tank  at  home  and  its  empty  and  thinking  to  take  a  plunge..
 
 Thanks  man.
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