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PostPosted: Sat Sep 10, 2011 10:32 am Post subject: Stripping a 2ft Planted. Reply with quote

 Hi  all!
 
 I  have  been  thinking  about  stripping  my  2ft  planted  and  using  the  contents  in  my  1ft  tank  tank.
 The  larger  one  currently  houses  all  the  vallisneria  in  the  world,  hydrilla  cabomba  etc.  its  a  Low  Tech  with  sand  and  some  sort  of  red  colored  pellet,  my  LFS  said  is  fertilizer.  It  houses  12  Serpae  tetras,  and  a  few  native  loaches.
 
 The  other  tank  is  a  Native  tank  only  for  danios.  Its  got  river  gravel  as  substrate  and  a  few  vallisneria.
 
 The  planted  tank:
 
 
 The  native  tank:
 
 
 I  wanted  to  keep  the  valls  in  the  planted  tank  to  later  be  planted  in  my  5ftr,  but  guessed  they  are  too  cheap  to  save  Chuckle  
 
 What  should  do  to  ensure  that  most  of  my  plants  and  all  my  fishes  survive  the  shifting  process?
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