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  1. Hey guys, just set up my tank again for the first time in a while and I got a couple of oscars in there at the moment, and I decided the tank needs a bit of greenery in it. Just wondering what's a good hardy plant that doesn't need much attention, and also do I need a special light and chemicals for every type of plant ? cheers.
  2. So I need fish that are mozzie eaters big time! We live on a bay island waterfront and have more than heaps of mozzies. The situation is that we have 39 x 10ltr plastic buckets that have a very aggressive fresh water aquatic plants growing in them. At present we are at the seed germinating stage. After the end of this Autumn we expect the plants in the buckets will take up about 60% to 80% of the space. Also the water will be in full sun. The plants are gross feeders and will be fed a tea mixture of blood & bone & chook manure twice a week. Will also be using oxygen therapy in the buckets. The moving water stops the plants from growing but if I use one small air pump with 4 stones into 4 buckets per 2 days per week it is beneficial for the plants and also water health. We live in the Redlands City area on one of the Southern Morton Bay Islands. Any ideas for a fish in our situation and where to get them? We are going to need a number of them to go around. All The Very Best. colour
  3. I'm looking for the hardiest tall plant you can think of for my tall aquarium (no CO2). Like something that will grow to 50cm or more? Fully aquatic species only please - I know a lot of LFS's sell plants that aren't even fully aquatic species and until I found that out I wasted a lot of time trying to figure out why mine were never performing well and eventually dying. Thanks in advance guys.
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