32 litre jungle

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For a lack of a better word.I dont even know what style it is anymore.Microswords at front as suggested,whats left of monte carlo after 1.5 weeks,limnophila sessiliflora,bacopa carolina,rotala bonsai,limnophila hippuroides, bettzickiana green,alternanthera reineckii ,subwassertang,java moss on lava rock above filter,dwarf papyrus on driftwood with bucep,anubias mini and anubias petite on rock covered with fissidens, helanthium sp at front sides and nymphoides aquatica at front.
Realised its hard to see the anubias.

Def need increase ferts possibly only potassium and maybe trace.We have nitrates and phosphorus.
Do I need co2 considering these are easy plants.Is liquid carbon a worthwhile investment that helps to get my plants to desired growth and height then after that i can stop?Co2 is too costly for me.

What i learnt:
NEVER BUY SUPER TINY STEMS OR URE GONNA HAVE A HARD TIME PUTTING IT IN SUBSTRATE.
Superglue is good for small plants and my clumsy hands.
Gravel needs to be deep enough or plants will float.
 

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Can someone help me confirm whether it is microsword and helanthium sp the leaves are a bit transparent for the helanthium.Any suggestions too?
 

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The dwarf papyrus kinda started rotting so i binned it as well LOL.Another plant to go on my blacklist.Added more plants since then and fish oops.So far water params are ok ammonia is zero cos zero smell of ammonia.Got microworms as well to feed the scarlet badis and killis.What fussy eaters.PS:no money to invest in API master test kit.
 

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