Thanks Aaron, but I've only learnt off you guys round here , so thanks to all for your assistance for taking time out to answer my many queries.aaronnorth said:I missed this one... nice to see your tank, you have plenty of knowledge to produce healthy plants so I am sure you will succeed as you already have
Now there's an understatement if ever I've heard onestuworrall said:looking really good, that grass is growing like wildfire
Yes, I'd say about 1" or maybe just over. Seems to be workingpaul.in.kendal said:Cool! I'll give it a try. So you're trimming back to about, what, an inch long?
Thanks TDI-lineTDI-line said:Looks lovely Chris.
The trimming is the quick bit it's getting all the bits off the glass at the surface is the pain, but hey ho. I've devised a method which makes it pretty quick now though so it's not too bad.Nos said:Trimming it and cleaning the tank afterwards is a real pain though.
Yeah this is what I ment fishing out all the bits is painful.CeeJay said:Hi Nos
The trimming is the quick bit it's getting all the bits off the glass at the surface is the pain, but hey ho. I've devised a method which makes it pretty quick now though so it's not too bad.
I now do my trimming mid week so I only have to change the water at the weekend and I've got that down to half an hour so all in all, not too bad
CeeJay said:Hi all
Thanks for the comments.
Apart from the grass, this is quite a low maintenance set up so I can sit back and chill and see what evolves over time
Fortunately, I'm not in a rush
Thanks andyh .andyh said:Loving the scape, the rocks you have are great, and once it grows in a little more should really look cool!
The substrate is Red Sea Flora Base. This was purchased before I discovered UKAPS .Nos said:Quick question what is the subtrate in the tank? Is it Akadama?