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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 1:18 pm Post subject: Multiple advice needed Reply with quote

 Guys  ,  though  have  been  into  fishes  for  a  long  time  ,  decided  to  do  a  simple  planted  tank.
 Tank  Dimensions  are  27"*  14*12"
 Nothing  fancy  ,  but  i  have  some  Anubias  Barteri  and  small  bunch  of  Java  Moss.
 I  have  a  substrateless  tank  ,  so  for  the  Anubias  tied  them  to  a  drift  wood  and  the  Java  Moss  on  a  rock.
 My  questions....
 1)  This  will  be  a  non-CO2  tank...is  this  feasible
 2)  I  dont  intend  to  add  any  ferts  into  it...will  the  plants  make  it.
 3)  For  lighting  ,  can  I  use  simple  LED  light  bulbs  x2
 4)  With  all  this  in  the  fray  ,  i  intend  to  use  this  tank  for  a  Fry  grow  out...is  it  safe  ,  how  will  I  fare
 
 Thanks  in  advance
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 2:11 pm Post subject: Re: Multiple advice needed Reply with quote

 Low  light  plants,  so  no  problem  there.  Increase  water  change  frequency  if  you  are  not  going  to  dose.  They  will  do  fine  without  CO2  too.  The  moss  might  not  do  too  well  in  low  light.  At  best  might  become  an  eye  sore.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:29 pm Post subject: Re: Multiple advice needed Reply with quote

 Hi  Vinod,
 
 Just  a  suggestion  -  You  can  also  try  placing  them  where  they  would  get  direct  sunlight  few  hours  a  day?
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:53 pm Post subject: Re: Multiple advice needed Reply with quote

                                                   
jana89  wrote  (View  Post):                
Hi  Vinod,
 
 Just  a  suggestion  -  You  can  also  try  placing  them  where  they  would  get  direct  sunlight  few  hours  a  day?
 
 Thanks
 Jana                

 
 I  will  not  be  able  to  move  it...  it  will  be  a  herculean  task...  unless  you  meant  something  different  like...  just  move  the  plants  alone.
 Then  back  again  to  the  tank
 Can  you  please  clarify
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 Hey  Vinod,  sorry  I  missed  your  post  earlier!  I  meant  to  place  the  tank  itself  near  a  source  of  sunlight  which  you  say  may  not  be  possible!  I  have  once  tried  to  grow  java  moss  in  a  bucket  under  direct  sunlight  and  then  once  it  reached  the  desired  growth  I  moved  it  back  to  the  original  tank  (which  had  low  to  almost  zero  lighting).  But  then  as  mentioned  earlier  by  Vignesh  it  did  not  grow  much  after  that.  Hope  this  helps!
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2016 8:43 am Post subject: Re: Multiple advice needed Reply with quote

                                                   
jana89  wrote  (View  Post):                
Hey  Vinod,  sorry  I  missed  your  post  earlier!  I  meant  to  place  the  tank  itself  near  a  source  of  sunlight  which  you  say  may  not  be  possible!  I  have  once  tried  to  grow  java  moss  in  a  bucket  under  direct  sunlight  and  then  once  it  reached  the  desired  growth  I  moved  it  back  to  the  original  tank  (which  had  low  to  almost  zero  lighting).  But  then  as  mentioned  earlier  by  Vignesh  it  did  not  grow  much  after  that.  Hope  this  helps!
 
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 Jana                

 
 It  absolutely  does...thanks.
 i  do  have  ambient  lighting  at  the  place  where  the  tank  is  ,  but  no  direct  sunlight  though.
 How  about  if  i  can  keep  some  emergency  lamp  with  LED  lights...  does  that  kind  of  lighting  help  in  addition
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