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Do!aqua Wabi-Kusa

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After a few attempts at Wabi's that we're ruined by my impatience during the bag phase I got this one right and thought I'd share. It's a Do!aqua 2010 cylinder, manado substrate and a TGM sphagnum ball.

Plants are:
Limnophila Aromatica
Alternanthera
Crypt Parva
HC
Hydro Tripartita
Weeping & Spiky moss
Eriocaulon
Bacopa
Glosso
Hygrophila Araguaia
Ranunculus Inundatus

14743221515_21d10becfc_b.jpgWabi Kusa by -hayleyyoung1984-
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Do/did you have any trouble in going from very high humidity to very low humidity?.... How did you solve that?

I planted the ball and placed it in the bowl in a large fish bag, undone it every day and misted it, after a week or so I made a hole in the bag about an inch in diameter and kept up the misting. Every few days I'd make the hole bigger until the plants acclimatised and the hole was big enough to remove the bowl through, after that just once or twice daily misting ;).
 

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