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There is absolutely nothing wrong with low maintenance planting, I do not think that difficult plants make a better aqua scape than easier plants, as seen in this tank.:thumbup:
Nice to see more of you on Youtube George.
 

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Neat little set up we sell this stuff in the shop I work, I always wondered what they'd look like when done professionally, now I know.

I was gonna ask how do you find the quality of the aquafluer over the tropica plants, but I think in the other video you've answered my question :)

I'm looking forward of some close up shots of the, anubias nana bonsai, sturogyens portobello, altrantra rosefellia mini (pardon my terrible spelling).

Thanks for the interesting video.
 

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Tank looks great.

I used to have two of the smaller home tanks. I saw this model in a local MA on Monday and it does look very nice. It represents good value for money I think.

The only bugbear is the way the lights are mounted on the hinged lid. If you lift the lid up to complete any maintenance work you lose the lighting.
 

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Great looking tank George. It looks really smart. I'm impressed with the CO2 bubbles! I'm working on a setup for our 50 gallon tank, possibly using a fire extinguisher. What do you think? We've got a little tank with a "waterplant system" from ISTA, a cheapy not making bubbles... I don't think it's doing much of a good job.
 

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Great looking tank George. It looks really smart. I'm impressed with the CO2 bubbles! I'm working on a setup for our 50 gallon tank, possibly using a fire extinguisher. What do you think? We've got a little tank with a "waterplant system" from ISTA, a cheapy not making bubbles... I don't think it's doing much of a good job.
Thanks, Su. :)

In a 50 gal. I would definitely recommend a pressurised system and fire extinguishers are good value for money. I like inline diffusers for tanks over 20 gal. with a powerful external filter to obtain good circulation.
 

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Looking good...
Blimey - very dramatic music...what's the piece called George?
 
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