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wwkeijaro experimental tank

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by wwkeijaro, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    hi guys, im new bie here, wanna share one of my plant colectors tank...please advice thanks<):)

    aqua size...125x60x60 cm
    lighting 36w x 8....12h per day
    liquid fertilize AQUAFLIRT Kei pro and Kei macro twice a week..
    using black alore sand...with JBL base firt..
    temp...24c-26c.. chiller DIY titanium evapurator..1pk
    filter...one eheim 2260 and three 2217.....
    co2....uncountable bps...
    ph. 5.7
    kh. 0
    GH. 0
    TDS...65
    NO3...10 ppm

    plants....

    bolbits, mix anubias, isoetes velata, didiplis diandra, hotonia palustris, microsorium trident, philipine, needle/taiwan, downoi, mix eriocaulon, and alot more.....

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  2. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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  3. CHUNTC

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    :welcome:kEIJARO, I really envy you! Where did you get that lot of plants. Nice Scape anyway. Looks like you are new to aquascaping.:=D>^:)^
     
  4. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    @chuntc...thank u....hehehehe.....actualy those plants are from my the other tank....i love collecting plants, but i realy wants to go into hard scaping soon....:bling:
     
  5. globali

    globali Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Amazing Set-Up.
    Fast & Deep Green.
     
  6. SuperWen

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    nowadays its relatively easy to find those plants in Jakarta...
    FYI wwkeijaro start collecting and selling plants more than 10 years ago :-"

    one question:
    is that Bolbitis heudelotii var.gigantea? :D
     
  7. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    hehehehe.....this is what the tank looks like now.....

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  8. Marco Conti

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    WOW, You use only osmotic water? By the way, healthy growth.
    This is the first time I see 4 filters (big filters!) in one tank.

    Your management is unusual from the common way to manage a fresh aquarium, but the entire tank is very health.
     
  9. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    @marco conti...thanks for the compliment.....i uses 80% asmotic water and 20% tap water.....by using 4 filters, i am boosting the liquid firt dosage....and i always go into the 10x the flow rate from the volume of the tank..by doing this, the plant will grow very2 fast...and jumbo size..hehehe...likewise, its an experimental tank...cheers
     
  10. CHUNTC

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    Wow. Keijaro, I still do not believe you are a newbie. With that kind of creation how can I believe. I am jealous of all those beautiful plants. Really! I have not seen Java Ferns that big. Do you run the filters separately or one linking to another?^:)^
     
  11. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    @chuntc....hahaha...thanks....all the filters are running saparetly .....the plants at the back are bolbitis...though fromfar looks like java fern...hehehe...those bolbitis are at a average of 50 cm long...:)
     
  12. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    my bolbitis..
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  13. Garuf

    Garuf Moderator Staff Member

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    Beautiful, I only hope my bolbitis grows as well. Another high turnover fan too, I use 20x per hour on my tank. Will be should I say.
     
  14. CHUNTC

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    Wish I can get beautiful plants like that in Brunei. Yesterday I went to the aquarium shop to order plants, she says it is going to take a long time. She told me the Malaysian supplier complained that the plants comes from Thailand to malaysia and now there is quarantine of fishes and plants. I told her to order direct from Thailand. She said they do not accept small orders. What funny excuses. Looks like I got to go to Thailand and order myself. The plants and Discus is really colourful.^:)^
     
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    Yay, hope you will post your turnout here... I do believe higher turnover will result in better stability.
     
  16. wwkeijaro

    wwkeijaro New Member

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    I thought you can buy online ? There are several websites that offer online purchase as well as online payment through paypal ?
     
  17. CHUNTC

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    Keijaro, Buying plants from internet is expensive. WHY? They charge you for a Health Certificates of plants for US$100.00. That is crazy. Unless it is a plant I definately can't order locally (although it takes a long time) then I might have to order online. US$100.00 eats up my budget for 2 months for aquascaping. You guys are lucky. Having most plants readily available in your country. That is why I try converting land plants to water plants. Only 20% success so far.In this country, no health certificates will be confisticated. That is why I sometimes smuggle them in, when I am overseas.^:)^
     
  18. SuperWen

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    I have a one good solution.. move on to singapore or malaysia :))
     
  19. CHUNTC

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    Good suggestion. I did think of retiring back to Singapore. But not yet - so have to suffer the lack of plants for now.^:)^
     
  20. Jurijs mit JS

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    cant believe I missed this thread before..
    nice and healthy plants :proud:
     

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