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Oceanic 30 cube, set back up after a State to State move

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by goalcreas, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. fishman9809

    fishman9809 New Member

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    looks like sum1 took my advice on the odd number of focal rocks :D

    looks a lot better man!!! i like it in one corner !!! :D
     

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  2. goalcreas

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    Sorry Nick, not yours, but that is cool:-"

    Here is the first plant.
    Just to get plants out of buckets, had no time and too many plants about to die.
    This will change ALOT in the next few weeks, but then it will look OK after that.

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  3. fishman9809

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    w/e, lol

    anyway, love the erios, look great already. what you planin as ground cover?
     
  4. goalcreas

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    There is a little of everything in there, we will just see how it competes with each other, if it mixes cool or not, we will wait and see.
     
  5. fishman9809

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    just let it grow crazy and trim to likings !!! best way ever :D
     
  6. Bunbuku

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    Looking good golcreas!
    Quick question. To keep the 2 substrates from mixing, did you put up the stone wall first then add the substrate on either side of the wall?
     
  7. fishman9809

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    i dont think there is a method, but yes, i think the wall would be added first. it does not keep substrates from mizing, but it has a little. the main waiy to not mix is to fill carefully and use dividers when pouring in planting soil and sand.
     
  8. JDowns

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    Looking great. I can't wait to see it grow in again.
     
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