Aquascaping - The Art of the Planted Aquarium 2012 XL compilation
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Watch in HD Fullscreen with the lights off! Contest website: http://planted-aquarium.de See more below: FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV PAGE: http://definiteaquascape.tv Planted aquariums of the aquascaping contest The Art of the Planted Aquarium 2012. The contest is organized every year in Hannover, Germany. This time over 30 planted aquariums were arranged, some of them were really amazing. It's impossible to list all the aquarium plants used in the aquascapes, they were probably all species available in the aquarium trade ;) Aquarium sets were provided by Eheim, the volume was 150 liter, dimensions 100x50x50 cm. Eheim external canister filters were used, and aquarium lighting were T5 fluorescent lamps by Narva. No CO2 supplementation was used during the contest, but obviously most of the aquariums were pre-grown at home, far ahead before the aquascaping contest. There were no aquarium fish in the aquariums, because they were not allowed by the rules of the contest.
10. comment for Aquascaping - The Art of the Planted Aquarium 2012 XL compilation
Cause I was thinking it is attached by thread to the driftwood and allowed to grow upward while supplying ample liquid fertilization in the water column to help with the absence of nutrients from the substrate.
Nope, it doesn't attach itself. It's a normal stemmed plant, which normally grows in the substrate.
Fishing line, as far as I remember :)
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Music was really pleasing!!!!
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Wrapped it with a cotton string. I was talking with Georg, designer of this tank, and he told me that making this tree was easier than it appears to be :)
DUDE YOU ARE CRAZY GOOD MAN
wide range (basic ph): 7.5
with the water never getting above 75 degrees max. i have 2 water fall pumps, an under gravel and a uv filter (mainly because she loves the water to have a lot of current) oddly enough if i go any higher on the nitrite levels (as recommended by a koi breeder) she swims on her side, i had to resuscitate her once due to it. ill be the first to admit that this is only the second koi i have raised (the first ate a wasp and died) but i have raised tropical fish for a good chunk of my life with all of my fish having a longer than average life span and size for that matter. if you have any recommendations i would gladly hear you out on them. Thanks again :)
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