#283: 192L Aquatic Garden The Power of the Rain

Jose Sánchez Arriate Málaga, Spain

Awards and Comments


Disqualified due to Cloning
— Erik
Nice forest trench scene. I think some of the planting looks a little sloppy and could be better maintained/groomed. Otherwise nicely done.
— Kris Weinhold
Ohh... wow. Let me say this words to the author... I feel this is one of the nicest structures I have seen in the category. If we were talking about just structure I am sure this tank will be a top 5. But the plants are so immature in the photo the background needs stems plants showing colours the driftwood and the stones in foreground seem nude. A big shame. I feel this tank needs 2 more months to achieve a better shape.
— Juan Puchades

Aquascape Details

Dimensions 100 × 40 × 48 cm
Title The Power of the Rain
Volume 192L
Background Cork and volcanic rock
Lighting 150w DIY led
Filtration "Fluval FX6" external filter and "Eheim Compact On 1000" circulation pump
Plants Ricardia moss, fissidens fontanus, weeping moss, bucephalandras, bucephalandras mini, anubias nana, anubias petite, Microsorum Pteropus 'Trident', Hemianthus callitrichoides 'Cuba', Micranthemum Montecarlo, cryptocoryne parva, eleocharis parvula, eleocharis acicularis mini, hydrocotyle verticillata, echinodorus tenellus, juncus repens, bolbitis heudelotii, glossostigma elatinoides
Animals Hemigrammus armstrongi and amandae tetra
Materials Seiryu stone, redmoore wood and cosmetic sand
Additional Information 70% water change and siphoning once a week. Daily NPK fertilizer (according to plant consumption), "Envy AquaVitro", "Propel AquaVitro" and "Seachem Trace" 3 times a week.

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