Re: Too much?
- Sounds like a lot of us are getting back into the
hobby! Reading your post I thought I was reading about
my self. We are also setting up a new 75 gal tank in
fact it is still not filled with water. The gravel and
substrate is in along with the driftwood. We are going
Sunday to the Akron Aquarium Societie's spring auction
to see if we can cop a few good deals on plants and
maybe a few fish. We have an established 35 gal hex and
a quarintine (sp) tank set up. The q tank is a
basre bottom 10 gal with heat and filter. We have used
a handful of gravel from the 35 gal. to help speed
up the cycling of the new large tank once planted
and filled. It has a penguin 400 hanging on the back
that will supposedly turn 400gph. It has dual bio
wheels. We are also going to use a Marineland dual temp.
300 watt submeregeable heater and twin 4 ft
flourecent hoods for a light source. These are the common
wood grained strip lights for a aquariums with
standard tubes. I believe I will need to change the tubes
to something with a stronger out put but not sure
which way to go yet, Suggestions anyone? The tank will
be heavily planted which is my major concern at this
point. I used an african violet mud\gravel mix on the
bottom 1 1/2 inches, then a layer of literite (sp?)
covered with another 1 1/2 inches of Texas grit. I am
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, iwboomer wrote:
>length for my 80....
> Point taken.....will look into the gloves......will need shoulder
>This may sound kind of disturbing, but these gloves really work too. I
went to a farm supply place and bought the gloves that they use to
inseminate cattle and horses. Shoulder length - and sanitary.