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  Topic: Plant ID please
Blesson87

Replies: 2
Views: 225

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:10 pm   Subject: Re: Plant ID please
Looks like either Aponogeton undulatus or ulvaceous.
  Topic: Betta Hendra (Wild Caught) - A Photo Journal
Blesson87

Replies: 6
Views: 271

PostForum: Breeding & Fry Care   Posted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 10:05 pm   Subject: Re: Betta Hendra (Wild Caught) - A Photo Journal
Super nice fish and awesome photography skills. What gear for photography are you using if you don't mind sharing?
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 9:45 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
I was doing excel and NPK as needed but have not since 2 yrs
  Topic: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
Blesson87

Replies: 94
Views: 6135

PostForum: Breeding & Fry Care   Posted: Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:33 pm   Subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
Thanks budd Very Happy
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Aug 22, 2018 1:50 am   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
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Best pic I could take.
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:51 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
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  Topic: Gold Fish Breeders in bangalore
Blesson87

Replies: 2
Views: 262

PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 11:57 pm   Subject: Re: Gold Fish Breeders in bangalore
As far as I know all goldfish coming into bangalore are from farms in kolathur (chennai) or from kolkata. I am not so sure there are farms here especially for goldfish. Then again I might be wrong so theres my ten cents.
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:19 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
alextvino wrote (View Post):
Nice and simple setup thanks for sharing .

Thanks alex ... this light stand had to be done on short notice as the fixture in the older place was fit directly to the ceiling and so the stand has yet to be painted and the wires covered. Since the light is more bright at the center the edges of the tank have been planted with low light species such as crypts. And b3lieve it or not that christmas moss tree is after trimming  ROFL
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 7:14 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
ashwin1224 wrote (View Post):
Hey man nothing to be ashamed of, if it works, it works Very Happy  Thumb Up

I would suggest just one thing about your setup: A reflector like this. You can get shades like this for ?50-?100 a piece at many electrical stores. Get a large reflector and you will find you will waste a lot less light and it will improve the overall aesthetics by a large margin since all of the light will now be focused downwards.


Thanks ashwin. I did have a reflector on prior to moving the tank but silly me lost it during the move. But good advice. Will look into getting one more. You think i should continue with this or go on to co2 supplementation? As it is the plants are getting pruned every once in 2 weeks. But co2 will mean i can play around with more hard to keep plants? Your thoughts?
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Thu Jul 26, 2018 2:42 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
Hi alextvino, am kind of embarassed about this but the lighting is just a metal stand that was welded together holding a regular led bulb. I am not too good with circuitry and electronics to make a proper light system.[img]http://[/img]
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  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 11:35 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
As of now I am battling nitrate issues with this tank so doing 60% water changes twice a week seems to work out a bit. Gravel vaccuming helps. Photo period is about 8 hours. Tank is relatively algae free except for the occasional blooms of green spot algae that I manually remove. I do dose seachem flourish sporadically and potassium when I see signs of deficiency. This tank serves as the main breeder for my group of panda cories. I did have hundreds of cherry shrimp. Started out with super reds and then made the mistake of adding dream blues and not so surprisingly ended up with lots of undesirable colour forms. Now left with few blue dreams that I transferred to the fry growout tank and the reds have been slowly exterminated by my angel. So future plans are to re home the angel and the lone cherry barb and probably restock on some neo caridina sp. of shrimp.

Feeding wise tank gets fed once a day and the food is rotated between tetra bits, freeze dried tubifex worms and Repashy soilent green. I would love to start supplementing with co2 but my diy tries have failed miserably in the past and now hope to try co2 injection some time in the future.
   
This tank has gone through so many livestock changes and now is stable with the present inhabitants. It also withstood the hardship of being torn down and moved when we shifted our residence. So this has been my journey with this tank. Feel free to add advice if u so wish.
Cheers
Blesson
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 11:09 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
Better quality pic[img]http://[/img]
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 10:36 pm   Subject: Re: My 30g low tech planted
Plant livestock:
Dwarf sagitaria mat
Bacopa caroliniana
Green cabomba
Crptocorynne wendtii red
Large christmas moss tree
Hydrocotyle verticilata

Substrate ADA amazonia soil
One large rock

Filtration:
Boyu power filter with peat moss
Boyu hang on bqck style filter
Will be upgraded to top filter soon

Lighting:
Diy light stand with 26w wipro led bulb 6500k
  Topic: My 30g low tech planted
Blesson87

Replies: 14
Views: 1000

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 10:30 pm   Subject: My 30g low tech planted
My very first planted set up that has been successful. It has aged just over 3 yrs.
Specs:
Livestock
Rummy nose tetras
Harlequin rasboras
Cardinal tetras
Neon tetras
Panda cories
Pygmy cories
Otocinclus vitatus
Glowlight tetras
Single angelfish
Single cherry barb
Single ember tetra
  Topic: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
Blesson87

Replies: 94
Views: 6135

PostForum: Breeding & Fry Care   Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2018 3:17 pm   Subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success
Finally a nice large batch growing up well. Approx 20 in nos all growing steadily. Still feeding them microworms but also fed first bites and adult food alternatively. Will probably reach saleable size in a month. They get 60% water changes every 3 days. The adults have stopped breeding at the moment as i am not doing much water changes and feeding them breeding foods. So yup... The goings good... Touch wood.
 
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