hmm, maybe you speak the truth oh wise one. I think Ill protect my man jewels from future harm (ie a kick in the nuts from Becca) by a smileyGraeme Edwards said:Mate, she would go mental if she saw that, haha, love it. So not a good look for her.
she's a ledge mate, my wife couldn't handle it, oh, should i say EX wife LOL.Joe Faria said:Hi Graeme,
Great little tank you got...congrats.
Btw, I wish my mrs could tolerate my tanks like yours
Dan Crawford said:Whilst away for a week they received nothing at all
George Farmer said:That's a great shot mate. A master working his craft. Your missus take that, or self-timer?
I'm with you on nanos being 'easy' too. A decent substrate allows for so much forgiveness with dosing. I haven't dosed NP for over a month now and growth is just fine.
Keep up the great work pal!
stuworrall said:great pic Greame and glad its going well. Got some algae in mine at the mo but also getting loads of growth as im having to trim the HC and hairgrass twice a week.
Do you find the 11w compact is better than the 20w halogen?
Superman said:Looks good Graeme, I too agree that nano's are "easy" after you get the basics right.
The five hours of 11w will help tho, I have the same in my nano and fancy increasing it, but don't want to spoil things too much.
Keep up the good work, I'm amazed with the HC.
Dan Crawford said:Nice shot pal
I'm with you on the nano dosing. I ran out of Easycarbo about 5 weeks ago and none of my tanks have suffered for it. Whilst away for a week they received nothing at all and i had no ill effects, the HC has done particularly well.
I have Aquasoil and old Tropica stuff underneath that.....
Graeme Edwards said:But I know it doesnt look quite like that when viewed in person.