#369: 20L Aquatic Garden: Regrowth after 1999
geffroy bruno, Saint Martin des champs Saint Martin des champs France | E-mail: geffroy.s at neuf.fr
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Awards and Judge Comments

Good growth, but the plants could use a good trimming. Also, if you want an open foreground, try using the more attractive sands that have small granule sizes than Amazonia.

Kris Weinhold

Planting in groups will allow you to define spaces better and it will give a better appeal to your tank.

Luis Navarro

Nice healthy little tank. The Rotala and other plants could stand to be trimmed and shaped to fill in the sections on the right and left. Some additional hardscaping material could be used to "soften" the foreground and provide depth.

Bailin Shaw

Your plants are nice and green, but it looks like there is some algae going on in the front (or maybe it is just a fuzzy picture). The hardscape is a little haphazard.

Karen Randall

Aquascape Details

Tank Size
40 x 20 x 25 cm (16 x 7.9 x 9.8 in)
Volume
20L (5 gallons)
Background
White backlight with Fluorescent tube
Lighting
DIY, eco lamp 6500 K. 2 x 20 W 7 Hours/days
Filtration
External suspended filter filled with sponge and pouzzolane
Additional Information
-C02, 2 Kg industrial pressurized system diffused with microperler -DIY, iron EDTA , Algoflash from time to time depending on plants observation
Title
Regrowth after 1999
Plants
1 Rotala rotundifolia sp green 2 Hemianthus micranthemoides 3 Fissidens fontanus 4 Marsilea hirsuta 5 Micranthemum umbrosum 6 Microsorium mini 7 Riccardia chamedryfolia 8 Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides 9 Cryptocoryne parva 10 Lilaelopsis brazilensis 11 Weeping Moss .
Fish/Animals
Microfauna only in this tank
Materials
Driftwood: Alder roots Substrate: ADA New Amazonia