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Goldfish Aquarium With Plant

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Hi everyone

this is mine 30 gallons goldfish tank I think all goldfish tanks looks much more great with alive plant therefor if u choose right plant for the right tank thus will not be any problem

I mean we all know that goldfishs are really big gluttonous :) however u may choose hard leaf plant like anubias onion plant

and these are mine final videos

have fun

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hi wolkano nice to see you around again i will pm a mod to move this to photos of planted tanks for you great plants what lighting are you using on the 30gal?

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cool how many tubes are you running 15 watts on a 30gal planted is not alot of light, you need more like 40-60watts

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sorry for the late answer

two tubes will be enough for 30 galons aquarium if u runnig them around 9 or 10 hours a day

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welcome back wolkcano! seems a lot like what i have, althou all of mine are potted in little ceramic pots. the on that has leaves like pinecones will be munched the most in my experience.

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yeah if the lights are left on for that long there is should not really be a problem

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Guest eric2601

Lets be careful here - Light is not additive - at least for the use for plants in water -Two 15 watt bulbs will still only penetrate the same depth as one 15 watt bulb - although you may cover greater surface area. a 40 watt penetrates considerably deeper . 2 - 15 watt bulbs do not add to 30 watt and - therefore penetrates at a 30 watt depth....

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Actually I am sharing the same ideas with you guys however I have been bringing up my plants for 1.5 years they gettign bigger and bigger sometimes I prune them. ıf I have chance to take care of my tank all the time it would be much more beautiful unfortunately I am studiyng abroad and usually when ı come back home I see my tank little bit irrelevant

Last time I saw my tank; it was to get covered with moss. I guess important thing is adjusment of lighting time

8 hours plant light will be enough but according to my dad he will never do that plus he doesnt turn off the aquarium light in a day time even during the nights for this reason my biggest problem is moss. I have told him many times it has just wrong

let me tell u something never forget that no one care ur aquarium like you did even if ur dad :)

thank u for all...

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Check out my boy Ryukin :) he is much more stronger than the first time I bought him :bingo:

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I have live plants (Amazon Sword) in my tank, and the fish don't take any notice of them. I think in the early days they uprooted them a few times, but since then, the plants have grown huge root systems, and there hasn't been a problem. I think live plants are great.

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I have my lights on a timer just incase im out of time.... see if that helps, althou they can go wrong when theres a powercut.

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