hi all sorry i dont post much. But i always take look and stay in touch whats happening .This is my first effort with a planted tank.After many years of keeping marines in a invert system i found it increasingly all time consuming which i didn't have.I gave up the hobby for a couple of years but i got the bug back.I didn't want to set a tropical community tank up again with guppys and platties (not there is anything wrong with this but i wanted something a little different)so after a little reading and researching i fancied a planted tank with a few shoaling fish.Here goes ill start with a few specifics then a couple of photos (just hope they show ive never posted photo's before). tank is trigon 190 with jewel filtration. 56watts of t5 lighting which comes on at 16.30 and goes off at 22.30. pressurised co2 that comes comes on and goes off hour before lighting.I dont take much notice of bubble counter just take note of drop checker. I have two soon to be three koralia 1 pumps for circulation. ferts:im using the EI method everyday also 2 caps of flourish excel everyday with 50% water changes weekly plants apart from the odbvious dunno just get what i like. fish: 12 harlequins , 5 rummynose , 10 cardinals ,3 ottos , 4 corys. After the initial probs with alge new tank syndrome. Its pretty much ok apart from the BBA that appears on the anubias which im trying to address with circulation (adding another koralia 1) trying to up the co2 but i must be on the edge as any slight alteration the fish start gasping any suggestions?.im going to up the ferts slowly to see if this makes a change. hope this gives a little insight ill try the photos hope they show.